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Property Sector: Waterproofing water and climate risks

China Water Risk, Alliance for Water Stewardship and The Purpose Business are pleased to present  Waterproofing Water & Climate Risks: Challenges Ahead for the Property Sector on 26 April 2018 hosted by Deloitte China at their Hong Kong offices.

The afternoon event provides a unique opportunity for key decision makers in the property sector to learn the latest on water, climate and regulatory risks and how these affect Hong Kong and Macau.  It will consider the impact of China’s recent water regulations and climate push and President Xi’s ask for the Greater Bay Area to lead.

Over recent years we have received increasing and urgent interest from the property sector on these challenges, from individual companies to global conglomerates.  This closed-door, high level discussions will address the most recent thinking and opinions and quick fire sharing and break-out sessions will provide the opportunity for interaction and discussion.

Who is attending?
Key decision makers in the property sector, including heads of sustainability, finance directors and asset owners.

The aim of the event is to accelerate the conversation and ultimately establish a group of industry leaders who will together forge the path on tackling these challenges.

This event is by invitation only. To be considered for an invitation please email info@chinawaterrisk.org

Date and time

26 April 2018

Add to Calendar 04/26/2018 07:30 PM 04/26/2018 10:00 PM Hongkong Summary of the event Description of the event 20/F., One Kowloon, 1 Wang Yuen Street, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island


Deloitte China
Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island

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