Sustainability Forum 2020:
Activating Change in a New World Order
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Registration begins at 8:30 AM)
16 January 2020 Thursday
1 day knowledge sharing platform on sustainability, climate change, culture & other global challenges.
Concurrent exhibitions from K11 Art Foundation and The New York Times.
First major event in 2020 in the triple platinum certified green and healthy building.
Under imminent environmental threats and societal challenges, the world is in need of a new way of living and doing business with purpose. Culture – with its ability to permeate our lives and shape individual experiences – has the power to drive widespread sustainable impact.
Culture for Tomorrow (CFT) presents “Sustainability Forum 2020: Activating Change in a New World Order” to convene business leaders to inspire and build knowledge capital on sustainable impact. Through cross-sector and cross-generational dialogues, CFT aims to inspire the world to radically rethink cities, redefine cultures and communities, and realign finance and technology for purpose.
The forum includes early access to Disruptive Matter, an art exhibition presented by KAF, and Carbon’s Casualties, a photography exhibition presented by K11 Art Foundation in collaboration with The New York Times. Through photography and art as alternative mediums of inspiration, the exhibitions captures the pressing realities of climate change, urging serious reflection and call-to-action on the need for a culture of sustainable living.
Key Plenary Topics
- Resilient Cities For Tomorrow
- Circular Economy – Redefining Consumer Culture
- Rediscover Wellness – Active Solutions For Holistic Living
- Creating Sustainable Communities – An Ecosystem Approach
- Enabling Sustainable Impact Through Finance
Founder, Culture For Tomorrow & K11 Art Foundation
President & CEO, World Business Council for Sustainable Development