5 TH B4E Global Summit 2011

GS-2011

Delivering transformative solutions for our planet

Agenda

Thursday, 28 April 2011
Registration – Grand Ballroom Foyer, Level 2
PLENARY SESSIONS Facilitator:
Charles Emmerson
   
Opening addresses
Gusti Muhammad Hatta, Minister of Environment, Republic of Indonesia
Suryo Bambang Sulisto, Chairman, KADIN
Kemal Stamboel, Chairman of the Executive Board, WWF Indonesia
  Andrew Steer, Special Envoy for Climate Change, The World Bank
Opening plenary discussion panel
Rethinking business: A solutions provider for the planet
Deep, systemic change is needed in the shift towards a new, low-carbon economy – one where the acknowledged priority is on creating shared value. Solutions are available to effect this transformation but a new approach is needed to mainstream their market penetration. This opening plenary session brings together a high-level speaker panel who will share their insights and philosophies on the principle of value creation as a new approach to business thinking.
Moderator: Lasse Gustavsson, Executive Director, Conservation, WWF International
Sarwoto Atmosutarno, Chief Executive Officer, Telkomsel
Guido Bartels, Chairman, Global Smart Grid Federation, GM, Global Energy & Utilities Industry, IBM
Stuart Dean, Chief Executive Officer, GE ASEAN
Peggy Liu, Chairperson, Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE)
Frits van Dijk,Executive Vice President, Zone Director for Asia, Oceania, Africa & Middle East, Nestle©
   
Presentation
Pavan Sukhdev, Study Leader, The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB)
   
Hatta Rajasa, Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Republic of Indonesia
   
Presentation
 
Rebecca Moore, Engineering Manager, Google Earth Outreach & Earth Engine, Google, Inc.
   
Parallel sessions (Coffee reception provided in rooms courtesy of Philips)
Sharing best practices, emerging trends and cutting-edge technologies in:
1. Future fuels: Determining the choice of future fuels
A number of emerging fuels are being discussed as possible alternatives to fossil fuels.  But what determines the choice of future fuels?  This session brings together experts from leading companies and think-tanks in the field to assess the current status and opportunities that future fuels will bring, and will examine the critical parameters in the fuel decision-making process such as availability, environmental impact and fuel efficiency, cost and customer acceptance.
Medan Room, Level 3
Moderator: Rob Daniel, First Secretary, Joint Head, UK Climate Change Unit, British Embassy, Jakarta
Selvasothi Selvaratham, Assistant Manager, Industry Development, ICES
Cynthia Bryant, Global Biomass Business Director, Novozymes
Ho Hiang Kwee, Director, DNV Clean Technology Centre
2. Green buildings: Towards Zero Carbon
A highly collaborative session in which a panel of leading design and engineering professionals will focus on green building technologies and designs, and highlight progress towards a vision of a world in which buildings consume zero net energy.
Sumatra Room, Level 1
Moderator: Jay Witherspoon, Vice President, Water Sustainability Director & International Technology Leader, CH2M HILL International
Ho Tong Yen, Chief Executive Officer, Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City Investment & Development Co., Ltd.
Rob Fletcher, President Director, PT Philips Indonesia
Raymond Yau, Arup Fellow & Director
3. Renewable energy: 100% Vision
With 80% of energy generated by fossil fuels – the acceleration of renewable energy is crucial in the move towards a low-carbon economy.  Can the world switch over to clean energy sources generated by wind, water, sun, tidal and geothermal in less than a generation or is this just blue-sky thinking? This session provides an excellent opportunity for discussion and knowledge exchange between a diverse speaker panel on one of the world’s greatest challenges.
Java Room, Level 1
Moderator: Angelina Galiteva, President, World Council for Renewable Energy
Rafael Senga, Manager, Energy Policy Asia Pacific, Global Climate & Energy Initiative, WWF International
Carrie Freeman, Director, Sustainable Business Innovation, Intel
Malcolm Jacques, Executive Director, Wasabi Energy Limited
Gatot Prawiro, Regional Executive, GE Jenbacher Asia Pacific

4. Smart grids: Enabling the transition to a low-carbon economy

There is a pressing need for radical transformation of aging electricity networks. The transition to a SMART GRID is viewed as a key enabler towards the adaptation of electrical infrastructure to support the widespread integration of renewable energy technologies. This session brings together experts in the field to explore the key technical and policy issues, share best practices and discuss the real prospects of smart grid technologies as a key enabler in the transition to a low carbon economy.
Sulawesi Room, Level 1
Moderator: Martin Hauske, Director, Global Energy & Utilities, IBM Growth Markets Unit
Jaakko Aho, Global Head, Smart Grid Software Solutions, Nokia Siemens Networks
Djoko Prasetyo, Deputy Director, System Planning, PT PLN (Persero)
David Oxford, Regional Smart Grid Business Development Manager, GE ASEAN

5. Sustainable forestry and agriculture

As the world’s population spirals from 6 billion to a projected 9 billion by 2050, and natural resources and communities around the globe are increasingly impacted by changing environmental, social and economic conditions, it will become progressively difficult to meet food demand in a sustainable manner. This expert panel of leaders will share and discuss best-practice sustainable agriculture and forestry management and solutions to overcome this global challenge.
Kalimantan Room, Level 1
Moderator: Tony Simons, Director General Designate, World Agroforestry Centre
Andrew Chan, Senior Executive Director, PwC Advisory Services Malaysia
Arshad Chaudhry, Chief Executive Officer, Nestle© Indonesia
Mohammed Rafiq, Senior Vice President, Programs, Rainforest Alliance
Howard-Yana Shapiro, Global Staff Officer, Plant Science & External Research, Mars, Inc.
Teh Choon Bok,Corporate Advisor, PT Cipta Usaha Sejati

6. Sustainable supply chain: Searching for the sweet spot

In less than a decade the supply chain has evolved from a mentality of "just in time" to one of "triple bottom line" where it now forms a critical element in the management of business risk, opportunity and sustainability. This panel will discuss how leading companies are managing the complexities of supply chain demands to deliver lower costs and emissions while enhancing both risk and reputation.
Denpasar Room, Level 3
Moderator: Helen van Hoeven, Director, Market Transformation Initiative, WWF International
Vikram Agarwal, Vice President Procurement, Asia, Africa, Central & Eastern Europe, Unilever Asia
Dejan Lewis, Senior Manager Asia (South), The Forest Trust
Martin Stuchtey, Director & Co-Lead, Zero-waste Economy Initiative, McKinsey & Company
Coco Ushiyama, WFP Representative

7. Technology and communications: Influencing change

No one has 20:20 vision of what may happen in the future – but in the year 2020 key trends such as climate change, energy growth security and demographic change will impact the way businesses, governments and the broader society behave. This futuristic session examines the pace of technological change by 2020 and describes how the ICT sector will play a vital role in how we all respond to the changing dynamics of a new economy.
Maluku Room, Level 1
Moderator: Ranjit Barthakur, Advisor, Tata Consulting Services
Rebecca Moore, Engineering Manager, Google Earth Outreach & Earth Engine, Google, Inc.
Alison Rowe, Global Executive Director Sustainability, Fujitsu
Jim Walker, International Programmes & Strategy Director, Co-Founder, The Climate Group
   
Lunch – Indonesia Room Foyer, Level 1
   
Delegates take seats to prepare for President’s arrival
  Grand Ballroom, Level 2
Afternoon opening address
Gita Wirjawan, Chairman, Investment Coordinating Board, Republic of Indonesia
   
Keynote Address
Helen Clark, Administrator, UNDP
   
Keynote address by Guest of Honour
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, President, Republic of Indonesia
 
 
   
Plenary discussion panel
Scaling-up investment and regional cooperation to deliver green economy solutions
An unprecedented level of investment, as well as greatly enhanced collaboration between policymakers,

regional leaders and business, is urgently needed to curb deforestation, biodiversity loss and

climate change. This panel of leaders will discuss specific actions being taken to increase investment

and enhance regional cooperation to deliver sustainable natural resource management, low-carbon

development and green economy solutions.

Moderator: Adam Schwarz, Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company Asia
Speakers:
Olav Kjørven, Assistant Secretary-General & Director, Bureau of Development Policy, UNDP
Teras Narang, Governor, Central Kalimantan, Republic of Indonesia
Gita Wirjawan, Chairman, Investment Coordinating Board, Republic of Indonesia
Rachmat Witoelar, President’s Special Envoy for Climate Change, Republic of Indonesia
   
Working groups
Smart systems solutions for our planet

Sustainability is now recognized as a key driver of business innovation. The most advanced type of sustainability-based innovations, known as smart systems, combine new technologies and business models to transform and deliver solutions across sectors and industries.

In these working groups, participants from a cross-sector of industries will come together to explore how smart systems can provide powerful, transformative solutions to a wide range of environmental and climate-related problems. Each working group will discuss the opportunities for smart system solutions in their industries, the challenges and obstacles to implementing these solutions and the potential impact of smart systems for their businesses and for the environment.

1. Building and living solutions

Sumatra Room, Level 1
Chair: Claude Fussler, Special Advisor on Innovation & Sustainability
Caroline Bayliss, Director, Australia, The Climate Group
Alex Buechi, Manager, Building Solutions, PT Holcim Indonesia
Constant Van Aerschot, Director, Lafarge, Co-chair, Energy Efficiency in Buildings, WBCSD
Discussion Leaders:
Chris Sebastian, Co-Founder & Marketing Director, PT National Energy Solutions
Raymond Yau, Arup Fellow & Director

2. Energy solutions

Java Room, Level 1
Chair: Alex MacGillivray, Chief Executive Officer, Climate Business
GBS Bindra, Global Innovation Director, Logica
Sanjay Kuttan,Director, DNV Clean Technology Centre
Peggy Liu, Chairperson, Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE)
Hasbi Lubis, Marketing Manager, GE Energy Services, Asia Pacific
Luluk Sumiarso, Director General, New and Renewable Energy & Energy Conservation,
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Republic of Indonesia
Discussion Leaders:
Jaakko Aho, Head, Energy Solutions, Nokia Siemens Networks
Angelina Galiteva, President, World Council for Renewable Energy
Nyoman Iswarayoga, Director, Climate & Energy, WWF Indonesia

3. Forest and biodiversity solutions

Sulawesi Room, Level 1
Chair:Rod Taylor, Forests Director, WWF International
Jean Pierre Caliman, Director, SMART Research Institute
Robert Hunink, Global Head of Wood Products Business, Olam
Seiji Kawazoe, Associate General Manager, Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co. Ltd
Adam Schwarz, Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company Asia
David Steuerman, Programme Officer, Business & Biodiversity, UNEP Convention on Biological Diversity
Giane Zimmer, General Manager, Sustainability & Biodiversity, Vale
Discussion Leaders:
Rob Evans,Technical Advisor, PT PwC Indonesia Advisory
Eka Namara Ginting, Commissioner, PT Rimba Raya Conservation
Mohammed Rafiq, Senior Vice President, Programs, Rainforest Alliance
Howard-Yana Shapiro, Global Director, Plant Science & External Research, Mars, Inc.
Dorjee Sun, Chief Executive Officer, Carbon Conservation

4. Transport and mobility solutions

Kalimantan Room, Level 1
Chair: Thomas Tang, Regional Director, Corporate Sustainability, AECOM Asia
Sung Woo Kim, Head, Sustainability, KPMG Korea
Axel Muench, Head, Business Development, Industry Sector Mobility Division, Siemens ASEAN
Katharina Tomoff, Vice President, GoGreen, Deutsche Post DHL
Discussion Leaders:
Wilson Tan, Director, Corporate Responsibility, Legal & Public Affairs, TNT Asia Pacific
Novianto Herupratomo, Vice President, Corporate Quality, Safety & Environment Management,
Garuda Indonesia

5. Water management solutions

Maluku Room, Level 1
Chair: Rod Parsley, Partner, Perella Weinberg Partners
Bernard Ducros, Vice President Asia, Danone Water Business
Kiyoshi Kinugawa, Chief Executive & Chief Innovation Officer for Asia, Hitachi, Ltd.
Martin Stuchtey, Director & Co-Lead, 2030 Water Resources Group, McKinsey & Company
Jay Witherspoon, Vice President, Water Sustainability Director & International Technology Leader, CH2M HILL International
Discussion Leaders:
Michael Roeder, Region Leader, GE Water Equipment Services, Asia Pacific
Ivan H.K. Tsang, Regional Director, Water & Urban Development, South East Asia, AECOM
   
B4E Youth Programme (by invitation only)
Ballroom B, Level 2
Moderator: Hayden Turner, National Geographic Wildlife Presenter
Helen Clark, Administrator, UNDP
Graham Hill, Founder, Treehugger.com, Vice President, Interactive Media, Planet Green
Nadya Hutagalung, Activist & Founder, www.greenkampong.com
Frits van Dijk,Executive Vice President, Zone Director for Asia, Oceania, Africa & Middle East, Nestlé
   
Cocktail Reception
Ballroom A, Level 2
   
Friday, 29 April 2011
Breakfast dialogues

1. Transforming commitment into action: Accelerating progress towards the Millennium Development Goals through public-private partnerships and inclusive business

(By invitation only)
Java Room
Chaired and hosted by UNDP
Welcome note: El-Mostafa Benlamlih, UNDP RR/RC
Chair: Heru Prasetyo, Presidential Working Unit, Supervision and Management of Development (UKP4)
Ajay Chibber, Director, UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific (RBAP)
Y.W. Junardy, President, Indonesian Global Compact Network
Bambang Widianto, Deputy for Social Welfare, Office of the Vice President, Republic of Indonesia
Nila Moeloek, Special Envoy on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for the President of Indonesia
Susi Pudjiastuti, President, Susi Air
Peter Heng, Managing Director, Golden Agri Resources

 

2. Enhancing partnerships for tiger conservation

The survival of the wild tiger represents one of mankind’s ultimate sustainability challenges. Tigers, dependent upon large areas of contiguous habitat and sufficient prey, are diminishing rapidly as their habitat is increasingly fragmented and restricted. One innovative conservation option is to involve land-owners and concession holders in providing parts of their land to be managed as tiger conservation areas, either as a contribution to core habitat or as wildlife "corridors" connecting tiger reserves. In this expert panel of tiger conservation practitioners and land managers, we will discuss the challenges and opportunities relating to this potentially ground-breaking "corporate-managed tiger reserve" approach.
(Open to all delegates – pre-registration required)
Sulawesi Room
Hosted by WWF
Moderator: Neil Franklin, Special Advisor, WBCSD
Laura D’Arcy, Co-Country Coordinator, Zoological Society of London - Indonesia Programme
Aniela Maria, Deputy Director, Sustainability & Stakeholder Engagement, APP Indonesia
Peggy Melati Sukma, Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation, Indonesia
Tony Sumampuw, Wildlife Expert, Taman Safari Park, Indonesia

3. Driving sustainable growth strategies for forest-based industries

Amidst the most challenging business circumstances, forestry and forest-based industries remain a promising sector for developing countries with rich forest resources, both natural and plantations. Despite the economic downturn and natural disasters occurring in consumer countries, the demand side indicates that forest-based products are irreplaceable to any other alternatives due to their nature distinctiveness. This expert panel of leaders will share and discuss different angles of strategies, from the business and NGOs perspective.
(Open to all delegates – pre-registration required)
Kalimantan Room
Co-hosted by WWF
Moderator: Charles Emmerson
Dicky Simorangkir, Forest Program Director, TNC Indonesia
Robert Hunink, Global Head, Wood Products Business, Olam
Rob Evans, Technical Advisor, PT PwC Indonesia Advisory

4. Coral Triangle low-carbon tourism initiative

(Open to all delegates – pre-registration required)
Tourism remains the fastest growing economic sector and in many small developing countries, represents the main source of foreign currency earnings as well as the highest employer of local people. It also exerts a significant (often the largest) ecological footprint upon the very environment it sells and markets and utilizes, a paradox which offers unique opportunities for building business/nature mechanisms. This expert panel of leaders will share and discuss public private partnership approach as it is implemented in Fiji and Indonesia, under the President Yudoyono’s pioneered Coral Triangle Initiatives.
Maluku Room
Co-hosted by WWF
Moderator: Charlie Avis, Conservation Director, WWFSouth Pacific Program Officer
Chris Andrew, Chief Executive Officer, Greenlight Technology Group
Maaike Göbel, Manager, Southeast Asia and Pacific, REEEP
Agus Priyono, Director General of Development for Tourism Destination, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Republic of Indonesia
PLENARY SESSIONS Grand Ballroom, Level 2
Facilitator:Charles Emmerson                  
   
Opening addresses
Kuntoro Mangkusbroto, Head, President’s Delivery Unit for Development Monitoring and Oversight, Republic of Indonesia
   
Keynote address
Agus Purnomo, Special Assistant on Climate Change to President, Republic of Indonesia
   
Plenary discussion panel
REDD+ partnerships to restore biodiversity and forest communities
REDD+ has both economic and environmental outcomes. This panel of experts will examine different aspects of REDD+ partnerships and how these can be leveraged to drive economic growth that is both environmentally and socially sustainable. Key issues include how industry, civil society and governments can promote sustainable forestry management practices, protect biodiversity and establish sustainable supply chains; and how to create balance and equity for all parties involved, including forest communities.
Moderator: Adam Schwarz, Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company Asia
Gemma Boetekees, Global Network Director, Forest Stewardship Council
Peter Chambers, ManagingDirector, Strategy & Governance, Rajawali Group
Heru Prasetyo, REDD Task Force Secretary, Republic of Indonesia
Frances Seymour, Director General, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR)
Dorjee Sun, Chief Executive Officer, Carbon Conservation
   
In Conversation
Moderator: Ram Nidumolu, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, InnovaStrat
Umran Beba, President, PepsiCo Asia Pacific
   
Declaration from business coalition to support President Yudhoyono’s Commitment on Climate Change
Speaker: Hatta Rajasa, Coordinating Minister for the Economy, Republic of Indonesia
   
Plenary discussion panel
Advancing sustainable business in Asia
Many businesses are already contributing to a more sustainable future whether it be throughinnovative business models, new partnerships, or the development of low-carbon technologies. In this session regional executives will reflect on the key drivers creating change, new business leadership, and how to translate the changing political, economic and social landscapes into low carbon, resource efficient goods and services.
Moderator: Alex MacGilvray, Chief Executive Officer, Climate Business
Daud Dharsono, President Director, PT Smart Tbk
Derren Green, Director, Sustainability, Asia Pacific & Japan, SAP
Peggy Liu, Chairperson, Joint US-China Collaboration on Clean Energy (JUCCCE)
Bret Mattes, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director, Star Energy
ArpinWiradisastra, President Director, PT Danayasa Arthatama Tbk
   
Report from working groups
Moderator: Charles Emmerson
Claude Fussler, Special Advisor on Innovation & Sustainability
Rod Taylor, Forests Director, WWF International
Alex MacGilvray, Chief Executive Officer, Climate Business
Thomas Tang, Regional Director, Corporate Sustainability, AECOM Asia
Rod Parsley, Partner, Perella Weinberg Partners
   
Networking lunch - Indonesia Room, Level 1
CIFOR-WWF lunch (by invitation only) - Lotus Room, Level 1
   
Plenary discussion panel
Inspiring change: The role of media and film in advancing solutions for our planet
The power of the media and film industry to drive positive social and environmental change is increasingly clear. It is not enough however, for journalists just to write about the issues of environment and climate change. They must demonstrate with real action and become the change they want to see. This inspiring panel of leaders will show how, through the influence of media, we can scale up environmental education and really change the way people purchase and consume for a more sustainable, greener future.
Moderator: Hayden Turner, National Geographic Wildlife Presenter
Matthew Godfrey, President, Y&R Asia
Graham Hill, Founder, Treehugger.com, Vice President, Interactive Media, Planet Green
Nadya Hutagalung, Activist & Founder, www.greenkampong.com
Wimar Witoelar, Columnist & Media Personality
   
Plenary discussion panel
Delivering transformative solutions for our planet
Responding to environmental and social trends requires business transformation across many sectors.  But big corporations often struggle to innovate. This concluding plenary session considers innovation in the context of sustainability, and brings together an expert speaker panel who will share their methods, challenges and lessons learned to raise the understanding of the innovation process – revealing why and how the sustainability agenda takes us beyond incremental change today.
Moderator: Ram Nidumolu, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, InnovaStrat
Ranjit Barthakur, Advisor, Tata Consulting Services
Carrie Freeman, Director, Sustainable Business Innovation, Intel
Alison Rowe, Global Executive Director, Sustainability, Fujitsu
Jim Walker, International Programmes & Strategy Director, Co-Founder, The Climate Group
   
Closing

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