The 12th International Conference of the Greening of Industry Network - Partnerships for Sustainable Development November 7-10, 2004
Hong Kong, China
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 Sunday, 7 November 2004

 9:30 AM-12:30 PM
1 Postgraduate Research Workshop: Part I
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 309-310
 
   
9:45 AM 1-1 Environmental research: the challenges and rewards of a new and interdisciplinary academic field
           Nigel Bell, Imperial College, England
 
10:20 AM 1-2 Relationship Management in the Organic Food Supply Chain
            Adeline Ries1 and Marja-Riitta Kottila2, (1)Helsinki University of Technology, Finland; (2)University of Helsinki, Finland
 
10:30 AM 1-3 Partnerships to promote a sustainable waste management initiative as a viable business practice
            Gemma F. Dawson and E.Jane Probert, university of wales swansea, United Kingdom
 
11:00 AM 1-4 Geographical and cultural differences in environmental / social studies
            Terence Tsai, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
 
11:30 AM 1-5 Ecological Modernisation in Vietnam - Opportunities and Constraints
            phuong thuy Phung, University of Natural Sciences, Vietnam
 
11:38 AM 1-6 Sustainable Enterprise: New key concept to create SCA
            Rachada Pisitsankkhakarn, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
 
11:46 AM 1-7 Ecological Modernisation and its shortcomings
            Julie LaFrance, Aalborg University, Denmark
 
11:54 AM 1-8 Implications of European Eco-tax Policy On Chinese Current Eco-tax Initiatives
            Haiying Lin, Hainan Tax Bureau, China
 
12:02 PM 1-9 An analysis of the environmental pressure of eucalyptus-based kraft pulp industry in Thailand
            Warit Jawjit, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
 

 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
Conference Registration
 
   

 12:30 PM-1:30 PM
Lunch
 
   

 1:00 PM-5:30 PM
2 UNESCO - UNU-IAS Panel on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B
 
   
1:00 PM 2-1 UNESCO and Education for Sustainable Development
           Derek Elias, UNESCO Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, Thailand
 

 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
3 A Postgraduate Research Workshop Part II
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 309-310
The workshop will offer postgraduate students from around the world a unique opportunity to present, discuss and receive feedback on their research in an international setting. The focus of the workshop will be on various challenges that are encountered by research students in new and increasingly significant academic fields
 
   
1:35 PM 3-1 Problems with environmental research methodologies (include ethical aspects)
           William Young, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
 
2:00 PM 3-2 People, Culture, and Organization in supply chain management: Social, organizational and cultural influences on adpotion of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
           Pui Yuk Chan, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
 
2:08 PM 3-3 Sustainability Performance Evaluation Management Systems (SPEMS) for Network of Interested Partners (NIP)
           Jose Flavio Coelho, David Moy and Rod Edwards, Central Queensland University, Australia
 
2:16 PM 3-4 'Ang Kapaligiran ay Buhay Komiks Modyuls' (The Environment is Life Comics Modules): Its Effectiveness as a Learning Tool for Adults in a Grassroots Community
           JOYCE G. LLANA, University of Santo Tomas, Philippines
 
2:24 PM 3-5 Management Information System and Accounting Information System for Environmental Management in Manufacturing Industry Case Study “The prototype application system of Minebea Co., Ltd (Thailand)”
           Wanpen Krittaphol, Mr. Kwanpat Wongvisate and Mr. Palith Tyntrairat, Chulalongkron University, Thailand
 
2:32 PM 3-6 A Conceptual Study on Broadening the Concept of Marketing: Environmental Orientation
           M. Asif Salam, Assumption University, Thailand
 
3:30 PM 3-7 International Career in Environmental Management
           Anne Copeland Chiu1 and Nigel Bell2, (1)International Finance Corporation, Hong Kong; (2)Imperial College, England
 

 3:00 PM-3:30 PM
Tea Break
 
   

 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
4 Appreciative Storytelling About Sustainability
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
This session will host an “appreciative inquiry” dialogue among participants. After a short introduction, people will interview each other to discover inspiring possibilities. After stories are shared, the convenor will facilitate discussion about themes and implications for practice. Sample interview questions:
  • Think of a time when you felt like you were operating in a truly sustainable manner. What was that experience like?
  • What was a high point moment for you, related to sustainability?
  • How has your work contributed to accelerating progress toward a sustainable society?
  • What are the core factors that give "life" to sustainability?
 
   
5 Asia
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 307
 
   
3:30 PM 5-1 Transportation Sector in Bangalore City, India – Examining Existing and proposed Metro project
           Kalegowda Somashekar and Lenin Babu Kamepalli, Bangalore University, India
 
3:40 PM 5-2 Transboundary Winter Fog in Pakistan: causes, concerns and options
           Ahmad Saeed, IUCN – The World Conservation Union, Pakistan
 
3:50 PM 5-3 An Empirical Research on Environmental Indicators for Small and Medium Enterprises in the Philippine Context
           Purba Rao1, Dr. Olivia la O’ Castillo2, ponciano s. Intal3 and ather sajid3, (1)Asian Institute of Management, Philippines; (2)Asia Pacific Roundtable for Cleaner Production, Philippines; (3)angelo king institute for economic and business, Philippines
 
4:00 PM 5-4 Partnerships for corporate sustainability. Capacity development in South-East Asia
           Tobias Viere1, Christian Herzig1, Stefan Schaltegger1 and Raymond Leung2, (1)CSM, University of Lueneburg, Germany; (2)ASEP - Asian Society for Environmental Protection, Thailand
 
6 Indicators and Measurement
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
 
   
3:30 PM 6-1 Catchment to Regional Scale Indicators of Sustainability
           Anne M. Wallis and Robert L. Wallis, Deakin University, Australia
 
3:40 PM 6-2 An assessment tool for sub-catchment to catchment scale indicators of sustainability – a case study in south west Victoria, Australia
           Anneke Juliana Richards and Anne M. Wallis, Deakin University, Australia
 
3:50 PM 6-3 Using input-output analysis in design of industry-level and site-level economic and environmental sustainability indicators
           Ari Paloviita, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
 
7 Public-Private Partnerships
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
The workshop aims to bring together research papers and case studies for oral presentation on the issue of how do the features and dynamics of public-private-partnerships affect the implementation of policies pursuing sustainability goals. Public-private-partnerships are an increasing presence in the implementation of more sustainable business practices, technologies, products, market-operation principles, and projects for social improvement. They take different forms and seem to be ‘in-flux? with changing actor-structures, actor-roles and actor-drivers. These have yet unexplored consequences for implementation results. The workshop aims to enable policy recommendations on how to boost the effective use of PPPs in implementing sustainability goals.
 
   
3:30 PM 7-1 Kyoto Protocol: Joint implementation (JI) a useful mechansim for the refurbishment of the infrastructure in the CEECs
           Bianca Gusenbauer, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria
 
3:40 PM 7-2 Partnerships for Sustainable Development?A Critical Review of Progress Towards Sustainable Development Using Partnerships as a Vehicle for Change in Wales
           Frances Hines1 and Alan Netherwood2, (1)Cardiff University, United Kingdom; (2)Cardiff County Council, United Kingdom
 
3:50 PM 7-3 Culture Shock in Public-Private Partnerships: Examining P3 from a Cultural Perspective in Hungary
           David J Regeczi, University of Twente, Netherlands
 
4:00 PM 7-4 State, Civil Society and Business Groups: Strategic linkages and Greening of Government and Business in Asia
           Karunamay Subuddhi, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay:, India
 
 
 Monday, 8 November 2004

 8:00 AM-9:00 AM
Registration
 
   

 9:00 AM-10:30 AM
8 Plenary 1 Launching Ceremony
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B
 
   

 10:30 AM-11:00 AM
Tea Break
 
   

 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
9 China
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 307
 
   
11:00 AM 9-1 Voluntary Environmental Management Initiatives in Southern China: Regulatory Styles, Environmental Knowledge Governance, and Policy Outcomes
            Alex C.K. Chan and Yok-shiu F. Lee, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
 
11:10 AM 9-2 Lessons Learned From the Canadian Experience with Collaborative Oceans Governance Applicable to the South China Seas
            Daniel Rubenstein, Office of the Auditor General, Canada
 
11:20 AM 9-3 Second Home Approaches and Sustainable Development of Hainan Island
            Xinliang Liu, Haikou City Government, China
 
11:30 AM 9-4 New Development Strategy and Environmental Governance in China
            Jun Bi, Jie Yang and Zengwei Yuan, Nanjing University & Jiangsu EPD, China
 
10 Environmental Management
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
 
   
11:00 AM 10-1 How to make standardised environmental management systems (EMSs) a more powerful tool in local authorities
             Sara Emilsson, Linköping University, Sweden
 
11:10 AM 10-2 Making EMS Easily Accessible for Construction Companies
             Peter Chan1, Greg Hall2 and Benny Au1, (1)Business Environment Council, Hong Kong; (2)CIRIA, United Kingdom
 
11:20 AM 10-3 Forcing Corporations to be better Environmental Citizens: Does it really work?
             Karen Bubna-Litic, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
 
11:30 AM 10-4 Framework for environmental management in Ahvaz Steel industry
             Neemat Jaafarzadeh1, Mehrnoosh Abtahi2, Habib Izadian3, Karim Sorkhi4 and Yalda Basiim5, (1)center of research azad ahwaz university, Ahwaz , Iran, Iran; (2)Ahvaz University, Iran; (3)Ahvaz steel Industry, Iran; (4)Ahvaz Steel Industry, Iran; (5)Sazab pardazan Co., Iran
 
11:40 AM 10-5 Comparison of environmental performance-HSEQ management system, regarding the International and Iranian oil and gas contractors
             Jafar Nouri1, Majid Abbasspour2, Emad Roayaie2 and Hanieh Nikoomaram2, (1)School of Public Health, University of Tehran Medical Sciences, Iran; (2)Islamic Azad University, Science and Research Campus, Graduate College of the Environment and Energy, Iran
 
11 Managing Public-Private Partnership in Europe
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
 
   
11:00 AM 11-1 Networking for the creation and diffusion of environmentally beneficial innovations – A story of success from the German metal working industry –
             Meike Svenja Espenhorst1 and Martin Dyck2, (1)University of Heidelberg, graduate program "environmental and resource economics", Germany; (2)University of Karlsruhe, Germany
 
11:10 AM 11-2 Partnership Mode of Organising Government-Business Relationships: The Case of Green Network in Denmark
             Martin Lehmann and Olav Jull Soerensen, Aalborg University, Denmark
 
11:20 AM 11-3 Multistakeholder partnerships at the regional level; Developing a sustainable perspective for a former airfield
             Theo De Bruijn, Saxion University for Professional Education, Netherlands
 
11:30 AM 11-4 CSO and Business Collaboration - the Partnership Hallelujah Revisitet
             Jenny Ahlstrom and Emma Sjostrom, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
 
11:40 AM 11-5 The Greening of the Academic-Industry-Government Interface
             Robert C Bailey, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
 
12 Water and Natural Resources
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 311-312
 
   
11:00 AM 12-1 The shrimp farm industry and its impact on the mangrove eco-system. Tumbes, Peru
             Diego Shoobridge, ParksWatch Peru, Peru
 
11:10 AM 12-2 What We Learned in the Rainforest by Tachi Kiuchi or Bill Shireman
             William K. Shireman and Tachi Kiuchi, The Future 500, USA
 
11:20 AM 12-3 The Ecological, Sociological and Economical Benefits of Producing Organic Tea: a Framework for Developing Countries
             Linping Wang and Peifen Zhuang, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, China
 
13 Asian Development Bank Workshop: Making Profits, Saving Earth - Corporate Responsibility for Environmental Performance in Asia-Pacific
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is preparing its second Asian Environment Outlook, focusing on corporate responsibility for environmental performance in Asia and the Pacific. The authors of the report, David Annandale (Murdoch University), Al Fry (World Business Council for Sustainable Development), and William Halal (George Washington University), plus ADB staff, will deliver their initial findings and seek feedback from a wide range of stakeholders. The content of the report will cover external pressures that are driving Asian firms towards greater attention to environmental issues, the implications of moving of at least towards compliance with government regulations and standards, the prospects of new business opportunities in the emerging environmental goods and services market, the probability of new technologies making old environmental concerns obsolete, and the role of governments and other institutions in creating an enabling environment for corporations to take up their responsibilities for improved environmental performance. The inputs from the participants will be incorporated in the final report, which will be presented to the Ministerial Conference on Environment and Development in Korea in March 2005.
 
   
11:00 AM 13-1 Why Asia’s Corporations Should Improve Environmental Performance
             David Annandale, Murdoch University, Australia
 
11:20 AM 13-2 What Emerging Opportunities Does the Environment Offer Asia’s Corporations?
             Albert Fry, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Switzerland
 

 12:30 PM-1:30 PM
Lunch: Sponsored by Asian Development Bank
 
   

 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
14 Corporate Social Responsibility
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 305
 
   
1:30 PM 14-1 David becomes Goliath becomes David: Redefining the Boundaries of Corporate Responsibility
            Niklas Egels1 and Jenny Ählström2, (1)School of Economics and Commercial Law at Göteborg University, Sweden; (2)Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
 
1:40 PM 14-2 Walking the Talk - Can / will TNC's implement CSR also in their subsidiaries in developing countries ?
            Frans A.B. Verspeek, Peter Koppert and Linda Bakker, IVAM Research and Consultancy on Sustainability, Netherlands
 
1:50 PM 14-3 Tokenism Pro-activism - the difference between extreme pro-activism and proactive green-washing
            Monica Macquet, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
 
2:00 PM 14-4 Sufficiency – a corporate responsibility within sustainable business?
            William Young and Frank Figge, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
 
2:10 PM 14-5 Benefits to the bottom line and beyond - Corporate Volunteering in Germany
            Christian Herzig, CSM, University of Lueneburg, Germany
 
15 Energy, Climate Change and Natural Resources
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 311-312
 
   
1:30 PM 15-1 Integrating Corporate Climate Change Strategies with Marketing – Case Climate Branding
            Hanne Siikavirta and Timo Linnainmaa, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
 
1:40 PM 15-2 Partnerships between Russian and Foreign Companies in Russia's Oil Sector
            Nina Poussenkova, Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russia
 
1:50 PM 15-3 Institutionalising Green Electricity: Reconciling Business and Sustainability Interests through Network Formation and Negotiation
            Peter Hofman, CSTM University of Twente, Netherlands
 
16 Green Supply
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
 
   
1:30 PM 16-1 Using the Internet to Link Green Procurement and Green Products
            Jyh-Jian Liu1 and Hua-Yu Lin2, (1)Taiwan environmental management association, Taiwan; (2)Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA, Taiwan, Taiwan
 
1:40 PM 16-2 Conceptualising sustainable supply
            Lutz Preuss, Royal Holloway College, University of London, United Kingdom
 
1:50 PM 16-3 Green Supply: Exploring Buyer- Supplier relationships in Public Sector Organisations
            Diane Holt, Middlesex University, United Kingdom
 
2:00 PM 16-4 A Strategic Decision-Making Model of Green Supply Network
            Yuan Zengwei, Bi Jun, Wang Xiyuan, Zhang Bing and Huang Juan, Nanjing University, China
 
17 Japan
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 307
 
   
1:30 PM 17-1 Temporal Pattern of Ground Level Ozone in Different Land Habitats of Mie Prefecture, Japan
            Mizanur Rahman, Yuichi Nagaya, Fukuji Yamada, Atsushi Hashimoto and Takaharu Kameoka, Mie University, Japan
 
1:40 PM 17-2 How the organizational structure of environmental management influences corporate greening: an empirical analysis of large manufacturing firms in Japan
            Takuya Takahashi1 and Masao Nakamura2, (1)University of Shiga Prefecture, Japan; (2)Univeristy of British Columbia, Canada
 
1:50 PM 17-3 Consumers' Trust on Information sources
            Midori Aoyagi-Usui, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
 
18 Public-Private Partnerships in Developing Countries
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
This workshop is based on various research projects investigating recent and innovative ways that business partnerships have evolved and the contribution of these partnerships to sustainable development. In accordance with the location of this year’s GIN conference it does so by particularly focusing on studies from the Asian continent. The papers look at four key areas which provide insight into the development, and the impacts, of partnerships in Asia. First, a macro analysis of CSR and partnerships is undertaken to provide contextualisation and contrast between seven Asian countries. The discussion is focussed on the question of whether an “Asian?model of CSR exists, and differences in issues and use of partnerships are analysed. The findings seem to suggest that partnerships are the main vehicle for progressing “beyond philanthropy?towards sustainable development. The workshop then moves towards an “issue?based analysis of partnership development with the focus narrowing to the management of HIV/AIDS. Again, this issue based research explores the implications of partnerships in the development of business practice beyond philanthropy. This research, based among others on data from the Philippines, shows that particularly in social and economic sustainability, partnerships are a tool to live up to new challenges particularly for MNCs. The next paper discusses the design and mechanics of partnerships, in particular the dynamics and the variety of organization evident in partnership formation. This is explored in more detail by a contribution from India, where quite a long tradition in various tri-partite partnership exists. Finally, the workshop attempts to conceptualize ways of assessing the benefit of partnerships with the application of social capital theory to the area of corporate volunteering, which is emerging as a very popular form of partnership in developing countries.
 
   
1:30 PM 18-1 Current Issues and Innovative Approaches in Partnerships: A comparative analysis of CSR in seven Asian countries
            Wendy Chapple, Nottingham University Business School, United Kingdom
 
1:40 PM 18-2 Moving beyond Philanthropy in Partnerships: Multinational corporations and the management of HIV/AIDS in developing countries
            Dirk Matten, Centre for Research into Sustainability (CRIS), United Kingdom
 
1:50 PM 18-3 Organizational mechanisms and dynamics of Partnerships: Multipartite partnerships in India
            Bimal Arora, Nottingham University Business School, United Kingdom
 
2:00 PM 18-4 Benefits of Partnerships: The creation of social capital by corporate volunteering
            Judy Muthuri, Nottingham University Business School, United Kingdom
 
19 BS8555 Workshop
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
BS8555 are guidelines on a staged approach to developing and implementing an ISO 14001 compliant EMS. The main advantage of this staged approach is to divide the whole process into bite-sized chunks and therefore organizations can develop their EMS at their own pace. The purpose of this workshop is to provide participants with an overview of BS8555 and opportunities to discuss and explore the subject and share relevant experience. The workshop will include presentation, exercise and structured discussion sessions where appropriate.
 
   
1:30 PM 19-1 BS 8555:2003 - Remapping Environmental Management System (EMS) Implementation
            Eric Ching1 and Gary Sims2, (1)Hong Kong Productivity Council, Hong Kong; (2)White Young Green Environmental, Ireland
 
20 CSR Asia Workshop: Part I
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B
This workshop by Richard Welford and Stephen Frost will examine the issues surrounding CSR in Asia. It will examine particular priority areas and review some of the “hot topics” in the region. If you are interested in CSR then you must be interested in what is happening in the “workshop of the world”. Both workshop presenters have extensive experience of working with companies in Asia and dealing with the challenges. Take a look at the new website that Stephen and Richard have created. www.csr-asia.com
 
   

 3:00 PM-3:30 PM
Tea Break
 
   

 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
21 Partnerships in the Construction Industry
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
 
   
3:30 PM 21-1 GreenPartner: A Decision-making Model for Sustainable Partnerships in Construction
            Zhen Chen1, Heng Li2, Stephen C.W. Kong2 and Qian Xu2, (1)Massey University, New Zealand; (2)Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
 
3:40 PM 21-2 Sustainable Construction and the Need for Partnering
            Peter Rawlings and Derek Smyth, Gammon Construction Limited, Hong Kong
 
3:50 PM 21-3 Co-operation in pilot projects
            Barbara Christine van Mierlo, Wageningen Universiteit, Netherlands
 
4:00 PM 21-4 Progress and Problems in Nurturing Sustainability Performance of Contractors in the Hong Kong Construction Industry
            Evia O.W. WONG, Tony T.M. TANG and Thomas K.T. WONG, HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education, Hong Kong
 
22 SMEs and Entrepreneurship
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
 
   
3:30 PM 22-1 Small businesses and stakeholders: towards successful, sustainable companies
            Heledd Mair Jenkins, The ESRC Centre for Business Relationships, Accountability, Sustainability and Society , Cardiff Un, United Kingdom
 
3:40 PM 22-2 Business Networks and The Uptake of Sustainability Practices in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: The Case of New Zealand
            Eva Collins and Stewart Lawrence, Waikato University, New Zealand
 
3:50 PM 22-3 A Synopsis of Global Compact Applications in Turkey
            dilek Cetindamar and yildiz Arýkan, sabani university, Turkey
 
4:00 PM 22-4 'Advantage Eco-design'-A partnership for promoting eco-design activities in small companies
            Olof Hjelm, Linköping university, Sweden
 
23 Social Responsibility
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 305
 
   
3:30 PM 23-1 Assessing social business contributions to sustainability: the development, application and evaluation of a tool to measure the contribution that social businesses make to sustainability in the UK
            Lauren Darby, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
 
3:40 PM 23-2 Multiactorprocess for the development of a concept for living and care for elderly
            Emma van E.H.D. Sandick, TNO, Netherlands
 
3:50 PM 23-3 Corporate Social Responsibility in the UK, the Netherlands and Germany: Theory and Forerunners
            Arno Mathis, University of Twente, Netherlands
 
4:00 PM 23-4 Eco-community: A Module of Community-based Environmental Management
            Jie Yang1, Jun Bi1, Jingbo Zhou2, Qun Wan1, Bing Zhang1 and Xiaoning Wang1, (1)Nanjing University & Jiangsu EPD, China; (2)University of Science and Technology of Suzhou, China
 
24 Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
 
   
3:30 PM 24-1 Joined efforts for environmental management of road freight transport
            Tuula Pohjola and Adeline Ries, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
 
3:40 PM 24-2 Case studies in environmental supply chain management in Greater Pearl River Delta Region
            Joyce C.S. Tsoi, The University of Hong Kong (Corporate Environmental Governance Programme), Hong Kong
 
3:50 PM 24-3 The impact of environmental concern on logistics functions -an interview study in four Swedish companies
            CATRIN LAMMGÅRD, Göteborg University, Sweden
 
25 Urban Planning and Development
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 307
 
   
3:30 PM 25-1 Organizational Greening and Performance: An Empirical Analysis of English Local Government
            Gareth Enticott1 and Richard Walker2, (1)Cardiff University, United Kingdom; (2)University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
 
3:40 PM 25-2 Sustainability oriented network meshes for industrial regions
            Thomas Sterr, Institut for Environmental Economic Analyses (IUWA), Germany
 
26 CSR Asia Workshop: Part II
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B
Workshop: Can a tobacco company ever be socially responsible? This is set to be a lively and engaging debate – and a debate it will be – there is no hard sell here. What should a tobacco company do in Asia, for example, where over 50% of men smoke in some regions? What can any company do that has a product that damages its consumers? Should we shun tobacco companies or cooperate with them? Philip Morris wants to engage with their stakeholders. But do you want to engage with them?
 
   
3:30 PM 26-1 "Sustainable development begins and ends with corporate social responsibility - this is something that a business should do in the interest of both society and the Company"
            Andrew White, Philip Morris Asia Limited, Hong Kong
 
 
 Tuesday, 9 November 2004

 8:00 AM-9:00 AM
Registration
 
   

 9:00 AM-10:30 AM
27 Plenary 2: Partnerships Between Businesses and NGOs
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B
 
   

 10:30 AM-11:00 AM
Tea Break
 
   

 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
28 Cleaner Production and Industrial Ecology
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
 
   
11:00 AM 28-1 Principles and guidelines for the development of eco-industrial parks: a case study of Jubail, SaudiArabia
             Mahmood Abdur Rafey Siddiqui, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia
 
11:10 AM 28-2 Management and Policy Aspects of Industrial Ecology: An Emerging Research Agenda
             Jouni Korhonen, Fredrik Von Malmborg, Peter A. Strachan and John R. Ehrenfeld, University of Tampere, Finland
 
29 Partnerships for Sustainable Economic Development
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
 
   
11:00 AM 29-1 Partnership for green competitiveness - an innovation system approach
             Maj Munch Andersen, Risoe National Laboratory, Denmark
 
11:10 AM 29-2 Industrial developments challenging research and planning endeavours around the Songkla Lake
             Ulrik Jørgensen and Erik Hagelskjær Lauridsen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
 
11:20 AM 29-3 Partnerships in implementing sustainability policies – theoretical considerations and experiences from Spain
             Valentina Dinica and Hans Bressers, Twente University, Netherlands
 
30 Regulation and Policy
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 307
 
   
11:00 AM 30-1 Environmental regulations in the UK: How user-friendly are they for business?
             Ann Hansford1, Thérèse Woodward2 and John Hasseldine3, (1)Bristol Business School, United Kingdom; (2)Kingston University, United Kingdom; (3)Nottingham University Business School, United Kingdom
 
11:10 AM 30-2 ‘Tell Me What You Think And I Will Tell You What You Are’: An Exploratory Study of the Relationship Between Firms’ Environmental Paradigm and Environmental Performance In Argentina’
             Diego A Vazquez Brust and Catherine Liston-Heyes, Royal holloway, University of London, United Kingdom
 
31 Retailing/ Marketing
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
 
   
11:00 AM 31-1 Competing with the commons - an impossible endeavor?
             Mats I Williander1 and Mikael Román2, (1)Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; (2)Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
 
11:10 AM 31-2 From Littering to Responsibility: End of Life Packaging Management at Fast Food Sector
             TEIJA AARNIO1 and Lassi Linnanen2, (1)HELSINKI UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, Finland; (2)Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland
 
11:20 AM 31-3 The Influence of Eco-Labelling on Consumer Behaviour – Results of a Choice-Based Conjoint Analysis
             Katharina Sammer and Rolf Wüstenhagen, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland
 
11:30 AM 31-4 Social Marketing – A Fresh Approach To Promoting Sustainable Lifestyles ?
             Ken Peattie and Sue Peattie, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
 
32 Stakeholder Engagement
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 305
How can companies master the standards marketplace, and manage their assessment and reporting functions even amidst the array of contending standards? BENEFITS/Learn best practices in SRI and CSR measurement, management, and reporting;hear how companies create sustainability reports rated among the world’s ten best;overcome “survey fatigue?and respond quickly and effectively to inquiries;avoid “headline headache?and keep yourself off the “Ten Worst?lists;learn how to manage standards like a marketplace, not a regulatory regimen; create a “dream team?and achieve excellence in SRI and CSR performance;and save time and money, enhance reputation, and build stakeholder capital.
 
   
11:00 AM 32-1 Keynote address CSR Standards or Stakeholder Engagement by Tachi Kiuchi or Bill Shireman
             William K. Shireman and Tachi Kiuchi, The Future 500, USA
 
11:10 AM 32-2 Stakeholder integration as a driver for sustainable innovation in organizations
             Sanjay Sharma, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
 
11:20 AM 32-3 Strategic Concern or Moral Commitment?: A Stakeholder Theory Approach to Natural Environmental Orientation
             Lucie K. Ozanne1 and Bulent Menguc2, (1)University of Canterbury, New Zealand; (2)Brock University, Canada
 
33 Sustainable Construction Panel Discussion
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B
Peter Rawlings will present an overview of sustainability in relation to the construction industry in general. He will also discuss the process that Gammon Skanska, a leading Hong Kong construction company, have undertaken to better understand their impact in the areas of economic growth, environmental protection, society and health & safety. Kylie Uebergang from Civic Exchange will then discuss the case study of Chater House which illustrates different aspects of sustainable construction in action, including a summary of the innovative processes employed in the project. Jim, Paul and Eric will all contribute to an extended Q&A session providing their valuable insights in relation to the development of Chater House including the sustainability considerations, the impact Chater House has had on the construction industry in Hong Kong and progress since Chater House. Jim is from Hongkong Land, the owner and developer of Chater House, and Paul and Eric are engineering consultants who were involved in the project.
 
   
11:00 AM 33-1 Sustainable Construction - Innovations in Action, February 2004
             Kylie Uebergang, Veronica Galbraith and Alison Tam, Civic Exchange, Hong Kong
 

 12:30 PM-1:30 PM
Lunch: Sponsored by the British Consulate-General Hong Kong
 
   

 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
34 Ecological Modernization
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 307
 
   
1:30 PM 34-1 Public-private partnerships as facilitators of environmental improvement
            Martin Lehmann1 and Søren Jeppesen2, (1)Aalborg University, Denmark; (2)Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
 
1:40 PM 34-2 Re-writing the ecological metaphor
            Peter Wells and P Nieuwenhuis, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
 
1:50 PM 34-3 Ecological Modernization of Industry under Changing Regulatory Regimes
            Anja Schaefer, Open University, United Kingdom
 
35 New Perspectives in Business-Community Partnership
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
 
   
1:30 PM 35-1 Making a difference – using a regional partnership to influence the business community
            Ann Smith1, Jane Puddephatt2, Campbell Sturrock2 and Jeska McNicol1, (1)Landcare Research, New Zealand; (2)Auckland Regional Council, New Zealand
 
1:40 PM 35-2 International Society of Doctors for the Environment (ISDE) Partnership for Children
            Peter Illig and Michael C. Wong, International Society of Doctors for the Environment (ISDE), Switzerland
 
36 Sustainable Home Services: Benchmarking sustainable household services for the city of tomorrow
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
The purpose of this workshop is to discuss the findings of an EU-funded 2-year project studying sustainability of services offered to households in six countries: Austria, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. The themes for which we would like to get the participants input are: (1) a newly developed method for assessing environmental, social & economic sustainability of homeservices and its application for real-life services; (2) sustainable household service provision focusing on the role housing organizations and external service providers, and the cooperations between them in different European settings; (3) survey of 300 residents regarding service use and willingness to use services enhancing sustainability; and (4) obstacles and strategies for promoting sustainable household services in compensating product-related consumption. Format of the workshop: we will first present some main findings of the project. Thereafter we would like to engage the participants by showing them a DVD-film about ecologically, socially and/or economically sustainable homeservice examples in six European countries. The service examples of the film are provided directly to the residents at home or the premises, and they involve different co-operative arrangements between providers. Finally, in toward the end of the workshop we intend to run an interactive exercise with the participants, focusing on feasible business models for sustainable household services. Expected participants: the workshop is suited for both researchers and practitioners interested in the topic, because it will deal with findings that have both scientific and practical value.
 
   
1:30 PM 36-1 What is sustainable? Suggestion for a tool to evaluate environmental, social and economic sustainability of household services
            Minna M Halme1 and Gabriele Hrauda2, (1)Helsinki School of Economics, Finland; (2)IÖW Institute for Environmental Management and Economics, Austria
 
2:00 PM 36-2 Is sustainable feasible? Business models for provision of sustainable household services
            Minna M Halme, Helsinki School of Economics, Finland
 
2:30 PM 36-3 Matching supply and demand: What can housing organizations do to provide sustainable homeservices for the residents?
            Christine Jasch1, Minna M Halme2 and Michael Scharp3, (1)IÖW, Austria; (2)Helsinki School of Economics, Finland; (3)IZT Institute for Future Studies and Technology Assessment, Germany
 
37 EMAN-AP Workshop: Part I
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 309-310
The Environmental Management Accounting Network - Asia Pacific (EMAN-AP) is a globally recognized organization established on the 27th September 2001 by professionals and academics who are working towards the development and promotion of environmental management accounting in the Asia-Pacific region. It is closely linked with the EMAN network in Europe, and offers the latest information about environmental management accounting. The Network has 14 initial member countries and districts: Japan, Korea, Philippines, China, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, India, Australia and New Zealand. Other countries and districts in Asia Pacific region are welcome to join the network. The mission of EMAN-AP is to contribute to the goals of sustainable development by building a network of individuals and organizations in the region who are committed and competent to help business, governments, and other organizations to make informed decision-making through environmental management accounting tools. It also endeavors to develop and spread knowledge, skills and policies about EMA in the region. For further details or membership see: http://www.eman-ap.net/ The papers presented in this special EMAN-AP workshop at the Greening of Industry 12th International Conference have a focus on the transition from environmental management accounting to sustainability management accounting as a decision support tool for decision makers.
 
   
1:30 PM 37-1 Environmental Management Accounting and Material Flow Cost Accounting in Japan
            Katsuhiko Kokubu1 and Michiyasu Nakajima2, (1)Kobe University, Japan; (2)Kansai University, Japan
 
1:45 PM 37-2 Environmental Management Accounting and Eco-efficiency: Cases from Japanese Business
            Roger Leonard Burritt and Chika Saka, The Australian National University, Australia
 
2:00 PM 37-3 Cases concerning Yuhan-Kimberly's environmental accounting
            jae-yeon Jeong1 and jong-dae Kim2, (1)kangwon national university, South Korea; (2)chungbuk national university, South Korea
 
2:15 PM 37-4 Status and Progress of EMA Development in Taiwan
            Raymond Leung, ASEP - Asian Society for Environmental Protection, Thailand
 
2:30 PM 37-5 Measuring the environmental costs and benefits - The case of the Korea Water Resoruces Corporation-
            jong-dae Kim, chungbuk national university, South Korea
 
38 Tung Chung Cable Car Stakeholder Dialogue Workshop
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 311-312
This new Hong Kong based project managed by the MTR Corporation has a stated commitment to sustainable development. The cable car will take people to the site of the Big Buddha. As part of the construction process, Richard Welford chairs a Sustainability Advisory Board, made up of key stakeholders, which also manages a set of sustainable development indicators. Come and hear how the process evolved and is developing. The workshop will involve discussion and debate over what indicators should be chosen for an environmentally and spiritually sensitive location.
 
   

 3:00 PM-3:30 PM
Tea Break
 
   

 3:30 PM-5:00 PM
39 Financial Market
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 305
 
   
3:30 PM 39-1 Energy Technology IPO's: Linking Financial Markets and Sustainable Development
            William Moore and Rolf Wuestenhagen, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
 
3:40 PM 39-2 Does Environmental Information Matter To Investors?
            Pall Rikhardsson and Claus Holm, The Aarhus School of Business, Denmark
 
3:50 PM 39-3 SRI: Rating dilemmas
            Emma Sjostrom, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
 
40 From Visualization to Realization
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 311-312
A recurrent theme in the debates about sustainability is the need to widely and effectively cultivate systemic thinking. Another is the elusiveness of the will and commitment to lead sustainable change. Through a series of eleven real-resource, total immersion simulation games carried out in the US and Sweden since 1996, called "reality labs", I have sought to design a training method that stimulates systemic thinking in a vivid, memorable, and personally transforming way. "Reality labs" unfold over several days in an outdoor setting. Teams use real resources, and encounter a variety of dilemmas in which economic, ethical, and environmental goals collide. Contingencies like energy crises and territorial disputes introduce drama and intensify teams?dilemmas. Management, organization, performance measurement, social accountability, and strategy are some of the skill areas that participants focus on while apprehending sustainability, nature, and their own basic needs on other levels. To date, nearly 500 people from dozens of countries have taken part in the evolving prototype "reality labs" ?most recently at the School for International Training (SIT) in Vermont. Reactions have been quite positive, and considerable enthusiasm generated each time, but research into their short- and long-term learning effects has been almost non-existent. This workshop will present and explore a proposal for a program in partnership with the Greening of Industry Network and SIT for developing "reality labs" further and evaluating their effectiveness. We will look at how experiential and adventure-based programs have been evaluated in the past, and at the criteria that should be used for judging the effects of "realty labs", that is, at the outlines of a roadmap of conceptual and attitudinal development that movement in a sustainable direction requires. The workshop will include active sampling of some of the situations faced by teams in a "reality lab" exercise.
 
   
3:30 PM 40-1 From Visualization to Realization: Holistically Experiencing the Dilemmas of Sustainability"
            Ralph Meima, School for International Training, USA
 
41 Life Cycles and Recycling
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
 
   
3:30 PM 41-1 Privatised environmental regulations to promote sustainable development? The case of auto-recycling in the Netherlands
            Carla Smink, Aalborg University, Denmark
 
3:40 PM 41-2 Low Cost, Innovative, Breakthrough Waste Oil Recovery/Recycling Technology - Vibratory Membrane Advanced Treatment (VMAT) for Asia
            Daniel M. Cheng, Dunwell Enviro-Tech (Holdings) Ltd., Hong Kong
 
3:50 PM 41-3 Integrated Sustainable Consumption and Production - the Asian perspective
            Niclas Svenningsen, United Nations Environmnet Programme, Thailand
 
4:00 PM 41-4 Environmental Industry in Hong Kong: A Company Case Study of Jets Technics International Holdings Ltd
            Sharmin Salahuddin, Corporate Environmental Governance Programme, Hong Kong
 
42 Sustainable Consumption
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
The workshop will be in two parts: 1) presentations of short papers on CPSs for various foods (peas, fish, chicken, potatoes, yogurt) focusing on the technological and other transformations that will be necessary to bring environmental/social/economic sustainability to these systems and the alliances and partnerships between actors in the systems that it would be necessary to develop; 2) workshop explorations of the systems, using scenario-building and role-playing methods facilitated by Ken Green, with a view to identifying strategies for achieving sustainability building on the alternatives to modern industrial systems - namely 'traditional? 'organic' and 'neo-industrial.
 
   
3:30 PM 42-1 Shared Responsibility for Sustainable Consumption? The Case of the European Food Industry
            Frank-Martin Belz and Jasmin Pobisch, Technical University of Munich, Germany
 
3:40 PM 42-2 Green protein foods – A continental approach to societal transition?
            Harry Aiking, Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands
 
3:50 PM 42-3 Consideration of the Green Product Branding with Harmonization of the Regional Sustainability: Case of gGreenh Food in Japan
            Takafumi Ikuta, Fujitsu Research Institute, Japan
 
4:00 PM 42-4 Sustainable consumption research exchanges (SCORE !)
            Arnold Tukker, TNO-STB, Netherlands
 
43 Theorizing Public-Private Partnerships
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
Since the 1992 Rio Summit, the business community and public organizations are recognizing the potential benefits of public-private partnerships for furthering the Millennium Development Goals while having a positive impact on business. Partnerships have become more common as corporations react to pressure from corporate stakeholders on the responsible nature of their business practices. The corporate awakening towards a broader role of business in society has led many to question the factors that motivate corporations to pursue partnerships. The authors will examine the underlying drivers of corporate organizational behaviour, and will discuss the challenges of understanding why corporations embrace such partnerships.
 
   
3:30 PM 43-1 Corporate Awakening – why (some) corporations embrace public-private partnerships
            Julie LaFrance1 and Martin Lehmann2, (1)International Finance Corporation, USA; (2)Aalborg University, Denmark
 
3:40 PM 43-2 Critical Mass for Partnership Collaboration
            Monica Macquet, Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden
 
3:50 PM 43-3 Partnerships for CSR; Dream wish or Necessity?
            Theo De Bruijn and Andre Nijhof, University of Twente, Netherlands
 
44 EMAN-AP Workshop: Part II
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 309-310
The Environmental Management Accounting Network - Asia Pacific (EMAN-AP) is a globally recognized organization established on the 27th September 2001 by professionals and academics who are working towards the development and promotion of environmental management accounting in the Asia-Pacific region. It is closely linked with the EMAN network in Europe, and offers the latest information about environmental management accounting. The Network has 14 initial member countries and districts: Japan, Korea, Philippines, China, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Vietnam, India, Australia and New Zealand. Other countries and districts in Asia Pacific region are welcome to join the network. The mission of EMAN-AP is to contribute to the goals of sustainable development by building a network of individuals and organizations in the region who are committed and competent to help business, governments, and other organizations to make informed decision-making through environmental management accounting tools. It also endeavors to develop and spread knowledge, skills and policies about EMA in the region. For further details or membership see: http://www.eman-ap.net/ The papers presented in this special EMAN-AP workshop at the Greening of Industry 12th International Conference have a focus on the transition from environmental management accounting to sustainability management accounting as a decision support tool for decision makers.
 
   
3:30 PM 44-1 South-East Asian case studies on EMA
            Christian Herzig1, Tobias Viere1, Stefan Schaltegger1 and Roger Leonard Burritt2, (1)CSM, University of Lueneburg, Germany; (2)The Australian National University, Australia
 
3:45 PM 44-2 Development of Corporate Environmental Accounting in Korea: Case Studies & Policy Implications
            Byung-Wook Lee, Seung-Tae Jung and Jeong-Heui Kim, LG Environmental Strategy Institute (LGESI), South Korea
 
4:00 PM 44-3 Sustainability Accounting. Buzzword or Path of Future Development?
            Stefan Schaltegger, CSM, University of Lueneburg, Germany
 
4:15 PM 44-4 The role of accountants in supporting mechanisms to promote sustainable development
            Robert E Langford, ICAEW (Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales), United Kingdom
 

 6:00 PM-8:30 PM
Conference Dinner
 
   
 
 Wednesday, 10 November 2004

 8:00 AM-9:00 AM
Registration
 
   

 9:00 AM-10:30 AM
45 Innovation
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 311-312
 
   
9:00 AM 45-1 Does Environmental Regulation Stimulate Innovation?
            Mark Thomas Smith1 and Jo Crotty2, (1)Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, United Kingdom; (2)Aston University Business School, United Kingdom
 
9:10 AM 45-2 Applied Research Institutions as Incubator for Sustainable Innovation
            Arnold Tukker, TNO-STB, Netherlands
 
9:20 AM 45-3 Policy Making for Environmental Innovations
            Yoram Krozer1 and A. Nentjes2, (1)University Twente, Netherlands; (2)Rijksuniversity Groningen, Netherlands
 
9:30 AM 45-4 Large and Small Public Transport Companies in Hong Kong: Innovation Capability and Enterprise Competitiveness
            Jacqueline Chi Kei Lam, "Corporate Environmental Governance Programme, Centre of Urban Planning and Environmental Management", Hong Kong
 
46 Sustainable Development 1
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
 
   
9:00 AM 46-1 Nanotechnology and Sustainability
            Ruediger Haum and Michael Steinfeldt, Institute for ecological economy´research, Germany
 
9:10 AM 46-2 Contesting the Business Case for Sustainable Development: A New Zealand Perspective
            Delyse Springett, Massey University, New Zealand
 
9:20 AM 46-3 Getting to the heart of the matter: A values-based model for extending in-house corporate sustainability programmes
            Lesley J. Stone, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
 
9:30 AM 46-4 Campaign for Environmental Awareness for Healthy Environment and Sustainable Development
            Ramachandraiah Gorrepati, Dr.B.R.Ambedkar Open University,Hyderabad, INDIA., India
 
9:40 AM 46-5 Environmental Management in South Africa: the Road to Sustainable Development
            Riana Stone and A. Van Staden, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
 
47 Tourism in Partnership
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
 
   
9:00 AM 47-1 Accommodating Green: What Motivates Corporate Environmental Performance in the Tourist Accommodation Industry
            Sonya R. Graci, University of Waterloo, Canada
 
9:10 AM 47-2 Environmental Management Partnerships: A Research Case Study from the Tourism Industry
            Bruce Simmons1, Jennifer Scott1, Robyn Bushell1, Corazon Sinha1, Michelle Desailly1 and Barry Baillie2, (1)University of Western Sydney, Australia; (2)Camping and Caravan Industry Association, Australia
 
48 Partnerships in Sustainability Education for the Construction Industry 1
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
Aim: To blend the expertise of construction industry practitioners with the experience of environmental management educators to develop viable programs for contractor education in environmentally sustainable construction practices. Workshop Issues and Summary: The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) in Singapore is driving the construction industry towards more sustainable practices. The top two grades of contractors in BCA’s Contractors’ Registry were required to obtain certification in both environmental and OHS management systems by July 2004. There is some concern that awareness of sustainability issues and practices at the on-ground level needs to be assured by change of mind-set at management level and indeed all levels of personnel. This can only be achieved through relevant education and appropriate training. The theme of partnerships for sustainability education will be developed in this workshop through the presentation of six short papers on environmental management in the construction industry, each accompanied by a series of key questions for audience participation. The session will be facilitated and reported to generate curriculum and content for a study program aiming to change mindset and contribute to the education and training of construction contractors and employees in innovative and sustainable building practices.
 
   
9:00 AM 48-1 Ecologically Sustainable Construction: Issues in Residential Design
            Paul Downton, Ecopolis Architects Pty Ltd, Australia
 
9:10 AM 48-2 Greener Building: The challenges in adopting Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) management systems for property development organisation
            Eddie LC Wong, City Developments Ltd, Singapore
 

 10:30 AM-11:00 AM
Tea Break
 
   

 11:00 AM-12:30 PM
49 Sustainability Management
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 304
 
   
11:00 AM 49-1 Sustainability Management: The missing link in management education
             Lesley J. Stone and Martin Brueckner, Curtin University of Technology, Australia
 
11:10 AM 49-2 The managing of a sustainable process
             claudia Bettiol, University of Rome - Tor Vergata, Italy
 
11:20 AM 49-3 Reconstructing The Environment For Sustainable Development In Iran
             Majid Yasoori, Ferdowsi university of Mashhad, Iran
 
50 Sustainable Development 2
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 306
 
   
11:00 AM 50-1 Leapfrogging into the future – developing for sustainability
             Arnold Tukker, TNO-STB, Netherlands
 
11:20 AM 50-2 How can Consumers be Empowered for Sustainable Lifestyle Changes?
             John Thøgersen, "Aarhus School of Business, Department of Marketing", Denmark
 
11:40 AM 50-3 Sustainable Development: A Multi-Actor Consultation. The Uk Government Experience
             Louise Ellis, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
 
51 Education
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 309-310
Irresistible Ideas for Sustainable Business Campaigns: Creating a Learning Epidemic - This urgency of environmental challenges suggests that we need to create a “learning epidemic” to spread sustainable business thinking rapidly. How to instigate such an outbreak of learning in our interdisciplinary field is the subject of this session. Participants are invited to join in creating ideas so irresistible that they have the potential to spread rapidly and drive change.
 
   
11:00 AM 51-1 'Irresistable' Ideas for Sustainable Business Educational Campaigns
             Trudy Heller, Executive Education for the Environment, USA
 
52 Partnerships in Sustainability Education for the Construction Industry 2
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 308
 
   
11:00 AM 52-1 Developing Educational Partnerships to Change Mindset in Construction Industry
             Jan Carey, The University of Adelaide, Australia
 
11:20 AM 52-2 Construction Company Leads through Integration of Three International Management Standards
             Jan Carey1 and Chean Meen, Johnny Cheng2, (1)The University of Adelaide, Australia; (2)Nexus Consultants, Singapore
 
11:40 AM 52-3 Visual Impact Assessment of Wind Farms in South Australia
             Andrew Lothian, Environmental Policy Solutions, Australia
 

 12:30 PM-1:30 PM
Lunch
 
   

 1:30 PM-3:00 PM
53 Plenary 3: Closing Ceremony
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre - Room 301B