Indonesia’s Co-ordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Airlangga Hartarto will be joining Economist Impact’s Sustainability Week Asia from February 14th to 17th 2022, a virtual week discussing how organisations can optimise their ESG performance.
Asia is experiencing a surprisingly strong economic rebound following the global pandemic but the risk of new outbreaks, combined with production bottlenecks and weakened institutions, remains. Asia-Pacific’s experience in dealing with disruptions and shocks shows that focusing on economic growth alone could increase exposure to rising inequality and environmental damage.
This Sustainability Week Asia is supported by Avery Dennison, Schroders, Cushman & Wakefield, Golden Agri-Resources, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Standard Chartered, Black & Veatch, Fidelity International, Invesco, LIXIL, Sime Darby Plantation, S&P Global, McKinsey & Company and FactSet.
Source: Taiwan News
Author: Economist Impact, Media OutReach