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Awards 2022 Ceremony

Toast to Asia's first Awards that promote Sustainability & Women empowerment!

A BIG congratulations to all of our 12 amazing shortlisted finalists for this year's award!

Join us for an evening to celebrate women empowerment, eco and social innovation!

Meet with like-minded peers, partners and change makers in the sustainability community who walks the talk!

All ticketing proceeds will go towards this awards night and other youth program that GGEF runs in the region. Thank you in advance for your support to make impact with us!

Beach Banquet

Program

Date: 08 September 2022  |  Thursday

Time: 6:00 - 9:30 pm

Venue: Caroline's Mansion, The St. Regis Singapore

Dress Code: Formal

Preferred Theme Colours: Blue and/or Green

 

// Cocktail Reception

Performance by Meraki Quartet -  Singapore’s premier string quartet comprising of outstanding, full time musicians who have been trained in top tier conservatories around the world and now actively perform in the local arts scene.

// Opening

  • Master of Ceremony: Josie Ling

  • Guest of Honour: Tin Pei Ling, Member of Parliament, MacPherson SMC; CEO of Business China

  • Welcome Address: Christina Lee, Founder & CEO of Global Green Connect and GGEF

// Awards Presentation

  • Sustainable Energy Game Changer

  • Food & Clean Water Tech Game Changer

  • Healthcare Game Changer

  • Social Eco Gamer Changer

// Closing Keynote

Sir Robert Swan, OBE, BA, FRGS - Founder of 2041 Foundation, UN Goodwill Ambassador for Youth and First person to walk to both North & South Poles

Keynote Speaker

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Robert Swan is a globally recognized public speaker, renowned polar explorer, and transformational leader in sustainability.

He is the world’s first person to walk to both the North and South Poles. Robert earned his place alongside the greatest explorers in history accomplishing this feat by age 33. His 900-mile journey to the South Pole, ‘In the Footsteps of Scott,’ stands as the longest unassisted walk ever made on Earth. These polar experiences helped shape Swan's life goal: to ensure the preservation of Antarctica, Earth’s last great wilderness.

Robert is a polar pioneer and leader in energy innovation and works closely with many of the world’s leading organizations on their ESG (Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance) practices. As the founder of the 2041 Foundation, Robert Swan has spent the last 30 years supporting the preservation of Antarctica through the engagement of industry and business, young people, and the promotion of renewable energy.

The greatest THREAT to our planet is the belief that someone else will SAVE IT!

- Sir Robert Swan

Watch the replay of the 2020 virtual awards ceremony here: