Rescheduling of Ecosperity Conference 2020

In the interest of the well-being and safety of the attendees for our events, Ecosperity Week will be rescheduled to 1 – 4 June 2021. This includes the Ecosperity Conference originally taking place on 7 July 2020. Please read our detailed notice here.

Tomorrow Starts Today!
From Crisis to Opportunity

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was adopted by 193 countries in September 2015. The SDGs set out pathways and built momentum towards a more sustainable, resilient and inclusive world. 5 years on - and with just a decade to go - are we doing enough?

2020 marks the start of the Decade of Action, which calls for accelerating sustainable solutions to all the world’s biggest challenges. The pace of population growth, coupled with implications from climate change, will increase pressure on our living environment and existing natural resources. But today's crisis is also tomorrow's opportunity.

The rescheduled Ecosperity Conference in 2021 will once again gather global business leaders, policy-makers, investors and civil society from the region and beyond to deep dive into opportunities in the areas of sustainable finance, resource efficiency, decarbonisation and sustainable food systems.

Ecosperity Conference is held in partnership with Ecosperity Week, a confluence of multiple thematic events that collectively define the sustainability priorities of corporations today. The annual Ecosperity Conference is a by-invitation event presented by Temasek.

Please check back for updates on the conference date, programme and speakers.

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Highlights from Ecosperity 2019

Tomorrow Starts Today! From Ambition to Action

The Ecosperity 2019 conference explored how we can accelerate the pace of change and bring about scalable solutions that enable the transition to a low-carbon and resource-efficient future. The discussions centred on business approaches and successful collaboration models along the thematic tracks of circular economy, energy transition and water management.

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