Green Drinks: Enabling Behaviour Change Talk + Panel on Shifts and Solutions for Green Offices

It was enjoyable to support Green Drinks Singapore on two consecutive months:

Firstly on 25th February 2015 I gave at talk at The Hub on Enabling Behaviour Change in Organisations and in Society, based on the Toolkit that I’m compiling on ‘Engaging Employees in CSR’ which draws from interviews with 11 Singapore based companies and organisations.













Secondly, on 25th March 2015, I moderated a panel discussion on Shifts and Solutions in Sustainable Commerical Interiors

Here’s the outline:

Space has always been a premium in Singapore. With shorter lease periods, a rapidly growing talent pool and continuously changing regulations, the commercial interior industry in Singapore is one of the fastest developing studies in human behaviour and the environment.

But sustainable interiors don’t simply mean planter boxes, recycling bins or green walls. To create a sustainable environment takes better planning, better design, better construction and better regulations. How does the industry tackle the shifts and challenges of growing population and balanced workspace? What does it mean for users who spend 8 hours a day in an office?

This month, Green Drinks present insights and solutions from industry leaders: Haworth and Interface in a panel discussion, to dig deeper into users’ expectations and industry regulations in relation to workspace wellbeing.

Moderating Green Drinks Panel Discussion on Sustainable Interiors


Ms Bhavani Prakash, founder of Green Collar Asia, Eco WALK the Talk and TEDx Speaker.

Mr. Robert Coombs, CEO, Asia Pacific, Interface Inc.
Ms. Faye Hugo, Workplace Wellness and Sustainability Consultant, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Haworth
Mr Tan Phay Ping, Board Member, Singapore Green Building Council and Managing Director, Building System & Diagnostics Pte Ltd

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