|Honorary President of the Ecological Development Union, Asia (EDUA)
Vice Chair of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Shared the 2007 Nobel Prize for Peace
Prof. Mohan Munasinghe has won a number of international prizes and honours for public service, research and applications. Most notably, he shared the 2007 Nobel Prize for Peace (as Vice Chair, of the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change(IPCC-AR4)), for his seminal work on integrating global climate change policies into sustainable development strategy.
Prof. Mohan Munasinghe is the author of over 100 scholarly books, and about three hundred technical papers in well known scientific journals -- on climate change, disasters, environment, sustainable development, energy, transport, urban infrastructure, water resources, telecommunications, and sustainable consumption and production.
|Dr. Teng-Tsai Tu, president of the Ecological Development Union, Asia (EDUA), is a faculty member of National Taipei University in Taiwan. He also is a listee of the IBC (International Biographical Centre) top 100 educators since 2015. His interest of research includes pricing models of the derivatives, portfolio management, ethical investment, corporate governance, corporate social responsibility, sustainable development and behavioral finance involving the trading and hedging strategies for investors. Dr. Tu further tries to dedicate his every effort to the areas of green finance, green economics and green business.|
Vice-President of the Global Corporate Governance Institute
|Prof. Dr. René Schmidpeter is the academic head of the “Centre for Humane Market Economy” in Salzburg/AUSTRIA and teaches CSR and sustainability at several business schools in Europe and abroad. He studied business administration, applied European studies, social ethics and social politics in Germany, Great Britain and the USA. For almost 15 years, he has worked and done research in the field of corporate social responsibility and sustainable management. He is Editor of several publications on CSR, Sustainability and Business Ethics for Springer and gives advice to different business initiatives in the field of CSR in Europe.|