Johannesburg 2002 - Business Action for Sustainable Development

Business Action and Partnerships for Sustainable Development ... energy companies and conservation NGOs to develop guidelines for ... Speakers options.
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Business Action and Partnerships for Sustainable Development

LEKGOTLA Johannesburg September 1, 2002 Draft Agenda Revised April 30, 2002 Time

Session

Speaker/Panelist

Format design champion and team

0800

Arrival and registration

0900

Setting the scene and expectations - connecting to the WSSD - shared responsibility and partnerships

Tokyo Sexwale

Sustainable use and management of natural resources - eco-efficiency and innovation - sustainable access to energy, water, health, education, land and minerals - sustainable consumption - community development

Moderator

Objectives and progress report of the Sustainable Mobility initiative

Opening statement Dr. Toyoda, Toyota

Energy and Biodiversity Initiative (EBI), a partnership between leading energy companies and conservation NGOs to develop guidelines for integrating biodiversity conservation into oil and gas development.

Achim Steiner, IUCN

Land and soil management as the engine for growth and development, including promotion of sustainable consumption of fertilizers and community development

Wladimir Puggina, IFIA

The sustainable management of chemicals

Tom Reilly, ACC

Objectives and progress of the Global Mining Initiative and the Mining and Minerals Sustainable Development Initiative

Sir Robert Wilson, Rio Tinto

A sustainable cement industry

Thomas Schmidheiny, Holcim

30 min Heads of State segment

Richard McCormick, ICC

0920 1050

xx

Plenary

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart

Emad el-Sharkawi, Egypt

6 x 7 minutes podium presentations 45 minutes Q&A and discussion Kristen Sukalac Karin Ireton, Andrew Parson, Dominique Chauvin Dr Toyoda will use sequential interpretation and will not participate in the discussion.

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Business Action and Partnerships for Sustainable Development

LEKGOTLA Johannesburg September 1, 2002 Draft Agenda Revised April 30, 2002 Time

Session

Speaker/Panelist

Format design champion and team

1120 1240

Making markets and globalization work for all - market frameworks, local governance - market access

Moderator Simon Upton Chair OECD Roundtable on SD

- new business models to serve the basic needs of the poor Initiatives and new business models for access to drugs and health

Lars Rebien Soerensen, Novo

Energy access, new business models and local governance

Antonio del Rosario, WEC

Opportunities in the hydrogen age and sustainable urban design

Hiroshi Urano, IGU

Clean water access and management

Robert Walker, Severn Trent

Grass roots development initiatives, indigenous technologies, global market access

Ashok Khosla, Development Alternatives

1240

Lunch break

1400

Sustainable investment and development - principles for investment and technical cooperation - synergy with development aid - innovation Note. The Globalization and the Investment sessions are strongly connected and could flow like one

Moderator

Financing sustainable development – new approaches and new chances

James Wolfensohn, World Bank

Innovative approaches and initiatives to meet the Millennium water access objectives

Gérard Mestrallet, Suez

Initiatives in sustainable power generation

Ron Osborne, Ontario Power Gen

On the synergy between ODA/FDI, new investment frameworks and the importance of good local governance

Mohamed Rafik Meghji, WFEO

Possibility for additional panelist or shorter session

High Level, Chinese industry

Maria Cattaui-Livanos, ICC

5 x 7 minutes podium presentations 40 minutes Q&A and discussion Vanida Govender Norine Kennedy, John Dillon

5 x 7 minutes podium presentations 50 minutes Q&A and discussion Fernando Almeida

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Business Action and Partnerships for Sustainable Development

LEKGOTLA Johannesburg September 1, 2002 Draft Agenda Revised April 30, 2002 Time

Session

Speaker/Panelist

Format design champion and team

1530 xx 1615

15 min Keynote HIV-AIDS

Barry Davison, RSA Chamber of Mines

30 min Heads of State segment

Phil Watts, WBCSD

Accountability and transparency

Moderator



Björn Stigson, WBCSD

• • •

Voluntary Initiatives, good governance and performance reporting as our way forward in partnership with others Targets and performance reporting (incl.social aspects) Consumer information From voluntary action to policy frameworks

Birgit Engelhardt Vanida Govender,

Learning to change

Chad Holiday, DuPont

Performance targets and reporting, social dialogue and transparency

Anne Lauvergeon, Areva

Sustainability performance reporting – the GRI process and its influence

Judy Henderson, GRI board

The power of consumer information and choice

xxx. ex Unilever Nigeria

Sustainability standards and stakeholder initiatives

Claude Martin, WWF

Corporate Social Responsibility and good local governance

Judge Mervin King,

Fast forward to the future: corporate accountability

Young Manager Team rep

1745

Keynote

Klaus Töpfer, UNEP

1800

Key messages to the Summit

Lord Holme

The NEPAD perspective

Reuel Khoza

Closing comments

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart

1820 1830

6 x 7 minutes podium presentations 45 minutes Q&A and discussion

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Business Action and Partnerships for Sustainable Development

LEKGOTLA Johannesburg September 1, 2002 Draft Agenda Revised April 30, 2002

Speakers options Confirmed attendance not confirmed Speakers number BASD chairs Mark Moody-Stuart Reuel Khoza Richard Holme

Moderators Represents South 30 confirmed 4 pending Alternate speakers Andrey Andreevsky

Keynote

Resources

6

5+1

Tokyo Sexwale Barry Davison Klaus Töpfer Richard D. McCormick PM Tony Blair Phil Watts President Fox President Mbeki

Dr Toyoda Achim Steiner Wladimir Puggina Sir Robert Wilson Tom Reilly Thomas Schmidheiny Emad el-Sharkawi

Markets Globalization 5 Antonio del Rosario Robert Walker Hiroshi Urano Lars Rebien Soerensen

Ashok Khosla

Upton

Investment

Transparency

4-5

6

Gérard Mestrallet James Wolfensohn Ron Osborne M Rafik Meghji Chinese executive

Cattaui-Livanos

Judith Mayhew

Chad Holiday Claude Martin Judy Henderson Judge Mervin King Anne Lauvergeon A Young Manager Stigson

Carl Ware, Coca Cola X, ex Unilever, Nigeria

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