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2019 GGEF Women Eco Game Changers Awards winners


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The 2019 GGEF Women Eco Game Changers Awards winners. From left: German Sustainable Building Council Chief Executive Officer Christine Lemaitre; Reconnect Founder and Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Lai; Skillseed founding director Phua Huijia; City Developments Chief Sustainability Officer Esther An; Biomass Group Founder Lucky Dissanayake; Chinese University of Hong Kong lecturer Apple Chui; and Social Ventures Hong Kong Chief Executive Officer (Acting) and Chief Innovation and Incubation Officer Lisa Loo

 

  • German Sustainable Building Council Chief Executive Officer Christine Lemaitre received the Eco Innovator Award honouring her contribution to tackling global challenges through design and urban planning
  • Reconnect Founder and Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Lai received the Social Eco Game Changer Award (Silver) for her efforts in supporting environmental education and research
  • Skillseed founding director Phua Huijia won the Eco Star of Asia in recognition of her contribution to the development of environmental education within communities
  • City Developments Chief Sustainability Officer Esther An won the Lifetime Achievement Award for her dedication of promoting CSR and sustainability in the business and society in ASEAN for over two decades
  • Biomass Group Founder Lucky Dissanayake topped the list, taking home the Social Eco Game Changer Award (Gold) for her contributions in the development of renewable energy
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong lecturer Apple Chui was awarded the Eco Star of China for her success in raising awareness among students and the public, and her inspiring efforts in marine conservation
  • Social Ventures Hong Kong Chief Executive Officer (Acting) and Chief Innovation and Incubation Officer Lisa Loo was awarded the Social Eco Game Changer Award (Bronze) for her achievements in leading social innovation projects

 

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