COVID-19 has slowed, even regressed progress on some of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Staying on track will mean not just rethinking businesses but actively creating businesses whose mission is to address the most pressing problems that our world faces today.
It has also presented the world with an opportunity to design better systems that address the flaws of the pre-COVID times.
Systemic thinking will be key to long-term discovery. Designing conscientious ecosystems and businesses that keep people and the planet at the center will create lasting value for stakeholders and ensure long term success.
our notable speakers
Mr Sean Kidney
Chief Executive Officer
Climate Bonds Initiative
Dr Bicky Bhangu
President - South East Asia, Pacific & South Korea
Ms Aileen Tan
Group Chief People and Sustainability Officer
Ms Anthea Ong
WorkWell Leaders, Hush TeaBar and SG Mental Health Matters
why conversations on sustainability matter
With less than a decade to implement sustainable solutions to the world's biggest challenges, more action is needed to meet the Sustainable Development Goals: a shared blueprint of peace and prosperity, for people and planet.
The private sector, along with governments, civil society organisations, and youths, plays a pivotal role in catalysing the urgent change needed.
From tackling climate change and food insecurity to overcoming digital disruption and supply chain vulnerabilities, we need to make the decade ahead the Decade for Decisive Action.
why attend the gcns virtual summit 2021
Sustainability and survival go hand in hand. Gain insights on how to leverage existing opportunities to meet the SDGs while driving long-term growth.
Hear from thought leaders on how to begin, broaden, and deepen your sustainability journey.
Connect with like-minded professionals for insightful conversations on sustainable development.
gcns summit: over the years
registration and pricing
*Readers, subscribers, and members of our Strategic and Outreach Partners are entitled to Partner rates for the GCNS Virtual Summit 2021.
Youths under the age of 35 are entitled to special rates for the Summit
help us advocate responsible business practices
With less than a decade to implement sustainable solutions to all the world's biggest challenges, we need you now, more than ever, to generate an unstoppable movement pushing for the required transformations.
The private sector plays a pivotal role in catalysing the urgent change needed to achieve the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals: a shared blueprint of peace and prosperity, for people and planet.
Help us advocate for sustainable and socially responsible business practices. Help us nurture the future generation to be active architects of a better world. The SDGs are our best hope to achieve this.
It's time to deliver on the SDGs.
Join us in fighting the good fight. Your generosity and kindness will go a long way in furthering our mission for a more sustainable and prosperous future for all.
Global Compact Network Singapore (GCNS) is the local chapter of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).
As the leading voice on corporate sustainability, GCNS drives multi-stakeholder action to forge a more sustainable future, founded on the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact and the Sustainable Development Goals.
Through various platforms and partnerships, GCNS advances the stewardship of sustainable business practices and Singapore’s national agenda of becoming a regional sustainable business hub. In addition, GCNS nurtures the next generation of responsible business leaders through its youth initiatives.
GCNS is a Collaboration Partner for GRI ASEAN Regional Hub and supports the Singapore chapter of the World Bank Group’s Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition (CPLC). GCNS is also proud to have the Singapore Business Federation (SBF), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) and Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) as Principal Members.
For more information about membership or to explore partnership opportunities, please email@example.com.