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Beckoning social and environmental sustainability in Asia

The PolyU School of Professional Education and Executive Development (SPEED) and Centre for Social and Environmental Accounting Research (CSEAR) collaborate to catapult international scholarly exchange and research.
PolyU SPEED received a total funding of HK$674,874 from the Research Grants Council (RGC)'s Inter-Institutional Development Scheme (IIDS) in 2016-2017 (Ref: UGC/IIDS24/B02/16), allowing it to collaborate with CSEAR in a range of research and scholarly activities in the field of social and environmental accounting as well as responsible investment.
CSEAR was initially established at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland by Prof. Rob Gray, and SPEED has recently set up a North Asia Office for the Centre in Hong Kong which shares its meaningful goal to enhance, promote and disseminate research and knowledge in the field of social and environmental accounting and reporting as a means to envisage and build a more sustainable society and economy.
(From left to right) Dr. Tiffany Leung, Lecturer of SPEED and Co-Principal
Investigator of the RGC-funded IIDS project; Dr. Jack Lo, Director of
SPEED; Dr. Artie Ng, Deputy Director of SPEED and Principal Investigator
of the RGC-funded IIDS project.
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