In 2020, China made the pledge to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. Since then, environmental protection and green development have become high priorities for the entire country. Consequently, government procurement as a tool to support green and low-carbon development has recently been ramped up, while other environmental policies have been implemented. European SMEs may wonder what opportunities China’s environmental policies offer.
On 20 December, the EU SME Centre, in collaboration with ICCF and the Belgian-Chinese Economic and Commercial Council (BCECC), is organising a webinar on China’s environmental blueprint & its opportunities for European SMEs, to discuss how China’s environmental policies work and how European SMEs can make them work for their business.
This webinar will provide you an overview of existing and upcoming regulations on ESG and Carbon Management in China and Europe and point to specific solutions. You will learn what you need to comply in 2023 and beyond and gain insight in opportunities that come along. Attendees will also receive a copy of the new “Internet of Sustainability Data” White Paper, which explains “the Big 3 of Systems Change” and exponential growth opportunity for companies with decarbonisation technologies.
This free event is open to all SMEs from EU Member States and countries participating in the Single Market Programme. The webinar will be held in English.
How to Register
Please fill in the registration form here or scan the QR code below.
10:00 – 10:10 Introduction Words of welcome by Bernard Dewit, Chairman of the Belgian-Chinese Chamber of Commerce (BCECC) Presentation of the EU SME Centre by Davide Orlandi, EU Partnerships Coordinator
10:10 – 10:40 ESG and Carbon Management in China Anno 2023 New Requirements and Opportunities for European Companies Operating or Sourcing in China Johnny Browaeys, National Vice-Chair, European Chamber Carbon Market Sub-Working Group
10:40 – 11:00 Q&A Session
11:00 – 11:05 Closing Remarks
Johnny Browaeys National Vice-Chair, European Chamber Carbon Market Sub-Working Group
Johnny Browaeys is a China veteran and Go-To person for anything related to decarbonising your operations and supply chains. Throughout his career he has had pioneering roles in China with European, American and Chinese companies. He also initiated several tech startups related to renewable energy and big data ESG. His current role is Chief Commercial Office in Pulsar Power, a pure play engineering company that helps companies to secure stable energy prices for the years to come and de-risk investments in decarbonisation. During the webinar, he will speak in his role as the National Vice-Chair of the European Chamber Carbon Market Sub-Working Group in China.