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The Cooler Earth 2021

Align | Act | Accelerate


The COVID-19 pandemic has been a stress-test. Its unprecedented socio-economic impacts exposed the vulnerability and frailties of human civilisation. It has signaled to both people and businesses that if unprepared, social, economic and environmental risks can lead us to devastation. Indifference and inaction today to mitigate such risks will compromise our future. 


It is high time. We need to Align, Act and Accelerate our plans to future-proof our people, our businesses, and our ecosystems. It is time to lay a stronger foundation today to build a sustainable tomorrow.


The Cooler Earth is our mission to convene global citizens, experts and key stakeholders to deliberate on what you can do today as an individual and as a business to shape a more sustainable tomorrow. 


Join CIMB and its knowledge partners, Impacto, WWF, CEO Action Network, BCorp and ACCA at The Cooler Earth 2021.


Knowledge Partners

Being Responsible Today to Shape a Better Tomorrow 


This year, The Cooler Earth 2021 takes place from 23 - 27 September 2021 and will continue with an urgent call-to-action on sustainable development, and discuss how our actions today will directly impact the well-being of the current and future generations.


This year’s Summit continues to put its focus on the ASEAN region, and through virtual engagements, encourages participation of leading industry practitioners, global experts, leaders, financiers, investors, policy-makers, and every individual who wishes to influence the present and shape our future. 


We also recognise the growing significance of youth involvement in realising the sustainability agenda. Hence this year, we are dedicating a full day for the youth, curated fully by the young talents from CIMB Group's The Complete Banker Programme, as a platform that would encourage and enable youth engagement for global action. 

Day 1 | 23 Sep 2021 | Aligning Thought Leadership 
9.00am - 6.00pm (GMT+8)


Listen and engage in a series of 'dialogue for action' with leaders and experts championing sustainable development on immediate and pragmatic actions required to realise a resilient future.  



Day 2 | 24 Sep 2021 | Accelerating Sustainability Capacity
9.00am - 5.00pm (GMT+8)


Six masterclasses delivered by industry experts aimed to provide clear insights, practical tools and tips to manage social and environmental issues, setting your sustainability journey on track. 


Day 3 | 27 Sep 2021 | Youth Day: Voices of the Next Generation
9.00am - 5.40pm (GMT+8)


Listen to the Voices of the Next Generation in a day organised by the young talents from CIMB Group's The Complete Banker Programme. With the aim of creating a platform that encourages two-way conversations between youths, business leaders and industry experts, learn and participate in discussions about sustainability risks and opportunities faced by young people in a globalised world.


06:00pm – 06:40pm | INSIGHTS - Is Social Entrepreneurship A Profitable Model?



Ganesh Muren

Saora Industries

06:40pm – 07:20pm | CALL-TO-ACTION - Participate to normalise green behaviour towards big impact



Inger Andersen

Head, United Nations Environment Programme

Day 1 | 23 September 2021 | Aligning Thought Leadership  

Time Zone: GMT+8



09.00am | WELCOME NOTE

Dato' Abdul Rahman Ahmad, Group Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director, CIMB Group




YB Senator Tengku Datuk Seri Utama Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz, Minister of Finance, Malaysia 



09.30am | KEYNOTE 

Hope in Hell: A Decade to Confront the Climate Emergency


Sir Jonathon Espie Porritt, Co-Founder and Founder Director, Forum for the Future




Stakeholder Demands and Implications for Seekers of Capital


Teoh Su Yin, Trustee, WWF-Malaysia, Senior Independent Director, CIMB Group and Chairperson, CIMB Investment Bank Berhad

Datuk Muhamad Umar Swift, Chief Executive Officer, Bursa Malaysia Bhd

Paul Milon, Head of Stewardship, Asia Pacific, BNP Paribas Asset Management

Bernadette Victorio, Regional Programme Lead, Oxfam Fair Finance

Moderator: Luanne Sieh, Head of Group Sustainability, CIMB Group 



11.00am | BREAK

Climate Action and Rethinking Value Creation: CFO's Perspective


Ngiam Kim Fong, Asia Pacific CFO, Systems Business, IBM 

Joerg Ayrle, Group Chief Financial Officer, IHH Healthcare 

Sharath Martin, Senior Policy Consultant for ASEAN and ANZ Region, ACCA 

Moderator: Faroze Nadar, Executive Director, United Nations Global Compact Network Malaysia and Brunei 



12.30pm | LUNCH

Can Board of Directors be Held Responsible for Contributing to Climate Change? 


To' Puan Janet Looi, Senior Partner and Head of Corporate Division and Environmental Practice Group, Skrine

Dr. Joseph Chun, Partner, ESG Practice, Shook Lin & Bok (Singapore)

Moderator: Dr. Kishore Ravuri, Founder and Chief Impact Officer, IMPACTO Sdn Bhd  




How are Boards Accelerating their Sustainability Readiness? 


Philippe Joubert, Founder and CEO, Earth on Board

Su-Yen Wong, Chairperson, Governing Council of Singapore Institute of Directors 

Didi Syafruddin Yahya, Independent Director and President Commissioner, CIMB Group, CIMB Investment Bank Berhad and PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk 

Sharmila Sekarajasekaran, Independent Non-Executive Director, Top Glove 

Moderator: Jayanthi Desan, Managing Director, Synergio and Independent Non-Executive Director, Berjaya Corporation Berhad  



03.00pm | SPEECH

Building a Resilient Future: The Early Mover Advantage  


Karyanto Wibowo, Sustainability Director, Aqua Danone 



03.30pm | BREAK 

The Race Towards a Low Carbon Economy: Implications for Businesses


H.E. Michalis Rokas, EU Ambassador to Malaysia

Dave Sivaprasad, Managing Director and Partner, BCG 

Charlotte Wolff-Bye, Chief Sustainability Officer, PETRONAS

Toru Kubo, Director, Southeast Asia Energy Division, Asian Development Bank (ADB)

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Wayne Viser, Chair in Sustainable Transformation, Antwerp Management School 



05.00pm | CEOs IN ACTION

CEO Action Network (CAN) 1st Anniversary Showcase - Demonstrating Sustainability Leadership: CEOs in Action


Welcome Speech

Tengku Muhammad Taufik, Chair, CAN Steering Committee and President and Group Chief Executive Officer, PETRONAS 


Collective Commitments

Dato’ Abdul Rahman Ahmad, Group Chief Executive Officer/ Executive Director, CIMB Group​

Imri Mokhtar, Managing Director and Group Chief Executive Officer, Telekom Malaysia ​

Juan Aranols, Chief Executive Officer, Nestle (Malaysia) Bhd​

Datuk Muhamad Umar Swift, Chief Executive Officer, Bursa Malaysia Bhd​

Moderator: Luanne Sieh, Chair, CAN Working Group and Head of Group Sustainability, CIMB Group


Policy Recommendation Highlights

Ivan Tan, Chairman, Shell Malaysia and Senior Vice President, Shell Malaysia Upstream​

Dato’ Seri Ahmad Johan Raslan, Independent Non-Executive Director, Sime Darby Property Berhad​

Dato’ Henry Sackville Barlow, Independent Non-Executive Director, Sime Darby Plantation Berhad ​

Albern Murty, Chief Executive Officer, Digi.Com Berhad​

Dato’ Mohammad Faiz Azmi, Executive Chairman, PwC​

Moderator: Datin Seri Sunita Rajakumar, CAN Policy Advocacy Workstream Lead and Founder, Climate Governance Malaysia


Capacity Building

Andrew Chan​, CAN Capacity Building Workstream Lead, Sustainability and Climate Change Leader, PwC South East Asian Consulting Services



CEO Action Network Members


Day 2 | 24 September 2021 | Accelerating Sustainability Capacity  

Time Zone: GMT+8



09.00am | MASTERCLASS 1

Sustainability Readiness 101


Andrew Chan, Sustainability and Climate Change Leader, PwC South East Asian Consulting Services 

Vanessa Raju, Manager, Sustainability and Climate Change, PwC Malaysia 



10.15am | MASTERCLASS 2

Managing Your Energy Use


Alwin Long, CEO, ATech Energy Malaysia



11.30am | BREAK 


11.45am | MASTERCLASS  3

Sustainable Supply Chain Management


Jeremy Prepscius, Vice President, Asia Pacific, BSR



01.00pm | LUNCH 
02.00pm | MASTERCLASS 4

Responsible Recruitment and Management of Foreign Workers


Sung In Marshall, Associate Director, Worker Engagement, ELEVATE



03.15pm | BREAK
03.30pm | MASTERCLASS 5

Time for Climate Action: Demystifying Science-based Targets 


Paola Delgado Luna, Head of Corporate Engagement, SBTi, WWF Climate and Energy Practice 

Cheol Woo Park, Head of Investor Relations, Shinhan Financial Group



04.15pm | MASTERCLASS 6

Are you ready for BCorp Certification? 


Tom Stewart, Executive Director, BCorp Market Builder Southeast Asia



06:00pm – 06:40pm | INSIGHTS - Is Social Entrepreneurship A Profitable Model?



Ganesh Muren

Saora Industries

06:40pm – 07:20pm | CALL-TO-ACTION - Participate to normalise green behaviour towards big impact



Inger Andersen

Head, United Nations Environment Programme

Day 3 | 27 September 2021 | Youth Day: Voices of the Next Generation  

Time Zone: GMT+8



Fashion Forward


Cecile Corda, Associate Director, Sustainability, ZALORA Group 

Raena Lim, CoFounder and COO, Style Theory

Ariel Muller, Managing Director, Asia, Forum for the Future 

Moderator: Ashley Suelyn, Founder, The Real Planner 




Kamonnart Ongwandee, Country Coordinator, Fashion Revolution Thailand 



10.30am | BREAK 


Meat-ing in the Middle

10.40am | DEBATE

Student Debaters from the Malaysian Institute for Debate and Public Speaking:

Danesh Aggarwal

Hana Zawawi

Hilmy Yazid

Deborah Wong (CIMB ASEAN Scholar) 


Chitra Devi Gopalakrishnan, Footprint Manager, WWF-Malaysia Marine Programme

Cynthia Morel, Senior Sustainability Strategist, Forum for the Future

Dr. Glenn B. Gregorio, Director, Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)

Moderator: Jasmin Irisha, Climate & Environment Consultant, UNICEF




Joyce Shih, Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Founder, SSAYANG Life and Sunborne



12.00pm | LUNCH


Future Proofing the Youth



Ahmed Faris Amir, Chief Executive Officer, Impact Integrated


Mastura M. Rashid, Vice President, Strategy and Development, Impact Integrated

Rizal Rozhan, Assistant Vice President, Strategy and Programs (Impact Development), Impact Integrated

Ben Farhan, Assistant Vice-President, Strategy & Programs (Youth Development), Impact Integrated

Zul Imran, Assistant Vice-President, Business Development & Community, Impact Integrated 




Share to Care 


Lincoln Lee, Founder, Rice Inc 

Wan Shakila, Manager, Sekolah Alternatif

Nila Tanzil, Founder, Taman Bacaan Pelangi, Travel Sparks Indonesia and The Nila Tanzil Collection

Moderator: Raenuga Indran, Marketing Partnerships Executive, Yayasan Tunku Abdul Rahman



04.00pm | BREAK 


The Voices of Today: The Education Dilemma


Dato' Shahira Ahmed Bazari, Trustee and Managing Director, Yayasan Hasanah

Azlina Kamal, Education Specialist, UNICEF

Chan Soon Seng, CEO, Teach For Malaysia

Sarah Jane Fabito, Executive Director, Chapter Head of Batangas, WiTech Philippines

Hajar Fazillah, Youth Representative, Sunway College 

Moderator: Cris Tanjutco Ngo, Learning Manager, PHINMA Education



05.30pm | CLOSING

Datuk Mohd Nasir Ahmad, Chairman, CIMB Group Holdings Berhad, CIMB Bank Berhad and CIMB Bank PLC Cambodia 


8th September 2020, 4pm | Profits with a Purpose

Save Your Environment, Save Your Business

Dato' Abdul Rahman Ahmad, Group Chief Executive Officer / Executive Director, CIMB Group


Why is it Time to Rethink the Triple Bottom-Line? 

John Elkington, Author of The Triple Bottom-Line, Founder and Director, Volans


Sustainability Post COVID-19

Catie Shavin, Director, Global Business Initiative on Human Rights

Esther An, Chief Sustainability Officer, City Developments Ltd

Kiu Jia Yaw, CSO-SDG Alliance

Moderator: Dr. Kishore Ravuri, Chief Impact Officer, Impacto


Social Entrepreneurship and Stakeholder Capitalism - A Profitable Model?

Julia Chong, Founder and CEO, The Truly Loving Company

Ganesh Muren, Founder, Saora Industries

Moderator: Dzuleira Abu Bakar, CEO, Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC)  




Missed Our Past Sessions?


Missed out on the sessions and would like to catch up on what was presented? 


Click the button below to view all our past webinars and online workshops from The Cooler Earth Sustainability Summit 2021. Please feel free to browse through and watch them at your own pace.




Week 1 | 7  13 September | Profits with a Purpose


The eight-week insightful and experiential journey of sustainability begins on an introspective note. The COVID-19 pandemic has proven that no individual and business is immune to sustainability risks. If you don’t act today, tomorrow may see you struggling to survive, to compete, to thrive. We are at a tipping point. Learn what we need to do to secure a sustainable future for ourselves and for future generations of people and businesses.

Webinar | Profits with a Purpose



8th September 2020


At the opening session of The Cooler Earth 2020, Dato' Abdul Rahman Ahmad, Group Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of CIMB Group  asserts that businesses must consider sustainability risks and opportunities in their bottom-line assessments. Profits and sustainability are not at odds. John Elkington, author of the Triple Bottom Line, stresses that that sustainability must be understood beyond responsibility and trade-offs, and that the only way for building resilience is through regeneration. Against this backdrop, a panel with Impacto and experienced practitioners from CSO-SDG Alliance, City Developments Ltd. Singapore and the Global Business Initiative on Human Rights, emphasises that COVID-19 poses an opportunity to build more resilient companies and communities. The session concludes with an inspiring exchange of experiences by pioneering social entrepreneurs from Malaysian Global Innovation and Creativity Centre (MaGIC), The Truly Loving Company and Saora Industries and their role in furthering sustainable development.




Masterclass | Environmental Reporting & TCFD for reduction of GHG Emissions



10th September 2020


On Day 2 of The Cooler Earth 2020, CDP's corporate engagement leads, Fredrik Andersen and Elim Kwok, deliver a masterclass on using environmental reporting and Taskforce for Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The masterclass provided context and guidance for corporates to take environmental action into business considerations. Recommendations from the TCFD were explored and key practical steps were highlighted. The masterclass also provided insights into current CDP reporting by corporates in Asia Pacific on incorporating climate-related targets and metrics, strategy and governance. The session concluded with case studies and benefits from environmental reporting. 




Talk | Sustainability Careers: Building a Sustainable World



10th September 2020


Careers for Future Change Agents and Transformative Leaders: Gabriel Chong from CIMB moderated this session with social entrepreneurs and young professionals where Yuki Yasui from UNEP-FI, Elaine Sim from Pink Collar, Chanin Srisuma from Refill Station, Bernadette Victorio from Oxfam and Ar. Michael Ching from CH&I Architecture shared their motivations that led to a career in sustainability and sustainable development. The dynamic group exchanged experiences and inspiring stories – from the Asian mind-sets that see value only in traditional career options to breaking the convention and making it big in unexplored or less preferred jobs of the future.  The panel concluded that a successful career is defined by the impact one creates in the world around you, and how happy you are in contributing to a better future, a sustainable planet. Sustainability can be both rewarding and fulfilling as a career option on both personal and professional levels. Start small, gain general experience, specialise, find your passion for the right cause, make it your job and contribute!



Photo Gallery


Experiential Learning Sessions | Taman Tugu: Biodiversity Walk

12th September 2020


Experiential Learning Sessions | Tun Perak Co-op: Open Studio


12th & 13th September 2020


Week 2 | 14 – 20 September | Resilient Communities


We may not often think of the many adverse environmental and social impacts in the communities where we live, work, and play. The dynamics are complex. When a part of the community gets disrupted or faces threats, everyone could be affected. So, what makes communities progress and live in harmony? This week, let us learn more about resilient communities and our role in shaping them.

Webinar | Resilient Cities and Communities



15th September 2020

Preparing Society for What’s Ahead: In the second week of The Cooler Earth 2020, experts on urban communities and coastal conservation convene to discuss solutions on increasing resilience in cities. The way we build our day-to-day lives is more important for resilience than having a crisis response system in place. According to Dr. Vijay Jagannathan, Secretary General, CityNet resiliency begins with reducing the risks that cities face, particularly for those most vulnerable. The only way to rise to the challenge is by getting communities completely involved in the process, with a governance system that responds to their priorities. Uta Dietrich, Senior Programme Manager, Think City,  presents findings from a detailed study of communities in social housing in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and potential solutions to increase community resilience with a focus on challenges that disproportionately affect social housing residents. Finally, Julian Hyde, General Manager, Reef Check Malaysia, discusses linkages between coastal communities and ecosystems and on taking action to address sustainability impacts arising from development.  The session concludes with a lively discussion on topics ranging from complex dynamics of urban communities, to biodiversity in coastal ecosystems and local stakeholder concerns in line with the resilient cities agenda. 



Masterclass | Integrating SDGs into Corporate Reporting



17th September 2020


Enabling Business through SDGs: On Day 5 in the second week of The Cooler Earth 2020, PwC Malaysia, Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Singapore, and UN Global Compact Network Malaysia (GCMY) collaborate to share practical tips on integrating the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into corporate reporting. In this engaging masterclass, Julie Rezler, Director, GRI Singapore, Ezy Rudin, Head of Programmes, GCMY, and Redha Shukor, Director, Operations and Sustainability Leader and Haafiz Nordin, Manager, Sustainability and Climate Change from PwC Malaysia cover what the 17 UN SDGs mean in the context of business, the current and emerging trends and tools to monitor and track sustainability performance, and actionable steps towards adoption and integration of SDGs. The experts also share global, regional, and local perspectives as well as best practices from leading organisations who are already aligning their business strategies to SDGs. The key takeaway is to go beyond incremental approaches and use SDGs to define an ambition, make commitments, and take definitive action.




Experiential Learning Sessions | Heritage Output Lab: Streets of KL


16th September 2020


Experiential Learning Sessions | Sea Monkey Upcycled Tote Bag Handicraft Workshop



16th September 2020


Together with passionate coastal conservation practitioners, Sydney Steenland, Founder of Seamonkey and Ee Pei Vi, Events and Education Coordinator, CIMB hosts an online workshop to teach participants how to convert plastic and fabric waste to cool, trendy handicrafts and totebags. Seamonkey is an organisation dedicated to cleaning up coastal ecosystems by recovering and upcycling waste. The process creates opportunities for local communities, helping them to realise more value from waste materials. The workshop is ideal for all ages, enabling anyone to upcycle waste materials into durable, useful products. 




Experiential Learning Sessions | Dialogue in the Dark: Experiential Tour

18th September 2020


Experiential Learning Sessions | Eats, Shoots & Roots: Sayur in the City Tour

19th September 2020


Week 3 | 21 – 27 September | Boards and Sustainability Leadership                       


Let us look at the most important aspect that will shape our future – Leadership. Without it, we are bound to lose sight of what needs to be done to survive through various economic, environmental and social risks. This week, we will look at what leaders and champions at various levels can do to help manage the fast-changing world of governance, business and society.

Webinar | Regulation and Board Intervention



22nd September 2020


Lead the Change or Get Left Behind: The focus of CIMB’s TCE 2020 this week is sustainability leadership, especially the role of Boards in achieving the sustainability agenda. Teoh Su Yin, Board Member of CIMB Group, sets the stage with a compelling narrative on leadership for change. She admits that the sustainability journey has its challenges, and urges Board members to be brave enough to push the agenda forward. Dato’ Seri Ir. Dr. Zaini Ujang, Secretary-General of the Ministry of Environment and Water, shares some insights on the upcoming regulations and incentives that aim to encourage businesses to integrate sustainability principles in their operations and growth strategies. Philippe Joubert, Founder and CEO of Earth on Board reinforces the business case for serious climate action. There will be no business if the world continues to be in shambles, so Boards need to ensure that sustainability is at the centre of their strategy. In this context, Karina Litvack, Founder of WEF Climate Governance Initiative, and Datin Seri Sunita Rajakumar, Founding Chairperson of Climate Governance Malaysia, discuss the role of Boards in climate transition. Dr. Adam Ng from WWF-Malaysia moderates the panel that emphasises on the Directors’ obligation to strategise and deploy various tools to mitigate various climate risks. The day concludes with a call to action from Amar Gill, Head of Investment Stewardship Asia of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager. He speaks of expectations from global investors on environmental and social impacts of businesses and how Blackrock actively participates in direct engagement and voting on board directorships to influence ESG practices.




Masterclass | TCFD Recommendations for Forest-risk Sectors



24th September 2020


Preparing Businesses for Forest-Risks Identification and Reporting: The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) shares a compelling case for businesses to adopt the Task Force for Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). Two experts - Rini Setiawati, Project Manager and Wisnu Wibisono, Engagement Lead from CDP Forests share valuable insights on why forests matter as the planet’s most valuable ecosystems – playing a crucial role in mitigating climate change, supporting wild-life and biodiversity, housing the indigenous communities and above all, conserving the natural environment that sustains life. The speakers draw attention to grave issues such as deforestation and forest degradation that lead to direct and indirect business risks, including reputational, physical, regulatory and technological. The webinar provides practical tips on integrating forest-related risks into the business strategy, and concludes with a review of the TCFD disclosures for the forest industry. 




Talk | Sustainability Careers: Managing Change for Sustainability



24th September 2020


Taking a Professional Leap Towards Sustainability: Hussam Sultan, Regional Head, Commercial Banking, CIMB Islamic Bank Bhd moderates this second session in the series on Sustainability careers. Sustainability practitioners from academia, corporate consulting and auditing share their perspectives on becoming a transformative professional. The passionate group of speakers - Dr. Mohan V Avvari, Associate Professor and Director of Research, Nottingham University Business School (NUBS); Prof S. Viswanathan, Professor and Director, Centre for Business Sustainability, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University; Megan Lawson, Country Partner, ERM; Sahat Aritonang, Deputy Director, Daemeter Consulting; and Haafiz Nordin, Manager, Sustainability and Climate Change, PwC Malaysia – share key drivers and trends in the sustainability market. With their vast experience, the panel provides practical tips for those interested in a career change - from acquiring knowledge through the public domain to leveraging on existing strengths and skills. Anyone can become a sustainability professional, even in absence of relevant qualifications – all they need is passion, commitment and a personal drive.



Experiential Learning Sessions | Taman Tugu: Nature Education Programme

23rd September 2020

Experiential Learning Sessions | Dialogue in the Dark: Experiential Tour

25th September 2020

Experiential Learning Sessions | Taman Tugu: Nature Education Programme

26th September 2020
12th September 2020

Taman Tugu Biodiversity Walk


Online Sessions


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