Dr. Thomas Sek Khuen TANG

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Adjunct Professor

Dr. Thomas Tang has over 25 years’ experience in advising public and private sector organizations in sustainable change and innovation. He has been a consultant, corporate director and volunteer in different fields of sustainability including climate change, green technology, urban design, stakeholder engagement, low carbon living and social impact. He has written books and numerous articles as well as spoken on his views at international forums on topics related to sustainability. Dr. Tang is the co-author of “Global Best Practices in Sustainable Urban Development”, a review of 55 cities worldwide and their practices adopted towards achieving livability and sustainable growth. In 2015, he set up and ran the award-winning KL Centre for Sustainable Innovation in Malaysia. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Fellow of the Institute for Environmental Management & Assessment, a past Urban Scholar for UN’s Global Compact Cities Programme, an Advisory Board member of the Enactus initiative in Malaysia, a past Advisor to the HK Council for Sustainable Development, and past President of the Institute of Management Consultants (Hong Kong). As well as holding the position of Executive Director in AECOM specialising in sustainability, ESG, social innovation and green buildings, he is a former Adjunct Professor for the City University of Hong Kong Business School where he lectured on ethics and sustainability and provided career advice to students.

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Thomas Sek Khuen TANG