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ESG China Awards Gala celebrates best ESG practices in China

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ESG China Awards Gala celebrates best ESG practices in China

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On October 27, the winners of the inaugural ESG China Awards were announced in Shanghai. Organized by the British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai, the Awards is a program recognizing and promoting excellence from businesses and organizations that have made a positive ESG impact in China. Shanghai United Assets and Equity Exchange, AustCham Shanghai, CanCham Shanghai and Impact Hub Shanghai support this year Awards.

Part of the winners
Part of the winners

Ray Chisnall, BritCham Shanghai Chair,

“The rapid development & adoption of ESG across the global community has been heartening to see. ESG can bridge divides across cultures, languages, businesses and hopefully geopolitics and I believe presents us with a unique opportunity to move business and society forward in a more sustainable way.

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ESG has been in the past two years, and will continue to be, one of our Chamber’s key areas moving forward to support our members and the wider business community. Through peer support and sharing of experience, knowledge and expertise, we aim to help develop an eco-system for ESG best practices in China and the global market.”

ESG China Awards Chair, Board Member of Global Reporting Initiative, Dr Jianzhong Lu said,

“Although the Awards is a new & young program set up in this challenging time, we have received 115 qualified applications from all over the country. From Beijing to Shanghai, Wuhan to Shenzhen and Hong Kong, the impressive applications representing diverse industry sectors. The outstanding applicants include both foreign-owned enterprises rooted in China and nearly 40% were from local Chinese businesses.

We are pleased to see that, regardless of the size of the company, the concept of sustainable development is more and more deeply integrated into corporate thinking, strategy and operation as well as closely combined with the major issues of China’s economic and social environment. They have made new progress in corporate governance, low-carbon promotion, environmental protection, rural revitalisation, diversity and inclusion, including some admirable innovative achievements.”

The winners are:

Employee Engagement ESG Campaign of the YearESG Leader of the Year
(Sponsor: The University of Manchester China
Centre) 
(Sponsor: Spirax Sarco)
Reckitt ChinaCorporate Leader: Jesper Jos Olsson, Group CEO,
Founding Partner, White Peak
SME Leader: Linian Li, Country Manager, Modern
Water
Consumer Engagement ESG Campaign of the Year
Unilever (China) Company Limited
ESG Value Chain of the YearESG Research & Ratings Provider of the Year 
(Sponsor: PwC) Zhongcai Green Index Consultant Co., Ltd.
InResST Co., Ltd
ESG Consultancy of the Year
ESG Environmental Product of the Year(Sponsor: Brookfield) 
(Sponsor: Smiths Group)Deloitte
Nokia Shanghai Bell
ESG Legal Service Provider of the Year 
Investor Relations ESG Engagement and
Communication of the Year
JunHe LLP
(Sponsor: MioTech) ESG Investment Initiative of the Year
Towngas Smart Energy Company LimitedBrookfield
ESG Report of the YearESG Innovative Product/Service of the Year
(Sponsor: University of Nottingham Ningbo China)
Yum China Holdings, Inc.
(Sponsor: International Business School Suzhou at
XJTLU )
FMC

Related: Awards FinalistsGala Dinner photos.

Source: British Chamber of Commerce Shanghai

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