One Planet Leaders Executive Programme by WWF

Businesses might be aware of the need to go green and move in the direction of sustainability. Yet they have trouble getting there and worry about the costs outweighing the benefits in being sustainable.

One Planet Leaders is a 4-day Executive Programme that aims to teach executive leaders how to incorporate sustainability into their business models. Sustainability can then be the engine for change, growth and innovation.

Amongst the diverse range of activities and case studies presented, participants will get to learn from distinguished speakers. Some of which include Richard Welford (Co-founder and Chairman of CSR Asia), Prof. Dr. Michael Braungart (Co-founder of Cradle to Cradle® Design) and Stuart Orr (Manager, Global Freshwater Programme, WWF International).

This programme was awarded the “Best Sustainability Program for business executives” by the New Europe’s Fast 50. It has also been attended by executives from companies such as Nokia, UBS, Procter & Gamble and IKEA.


Duration: 4 days

Dates: 24 – 27 May 2011

Venue: Amara Sanctuary Resort @ Sentosa


Visit the One Planet Leaders website for full information on the program and registration.


Image from WWF


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