REBECCA WALKER CHAN
With expertise in ESG reporting, the development and implementation of sustainability strategies, and impact driven research, she helps her clients better understand their role in sustainable development.
A retired ballet dancer, Rebecca has pivoted her career to focus on sustainability and environmental conservation. She believes that improving how we treat the environment, other animals and ourselves is best achieved through a combination of private sector engagement and revamping personal approaches to global challenges.
She has previously worked with Harvard University to design interactive and experiential environmental course material in Boston, and led communications and environmental advocacy for the UN Refugee Agency’s Livelihoods and Energy and Environment Units in Geneva.
She holds a masters in Sustainability and Environmental Management from Harvard University. She is also a certified GRI G4 Reporting specialist and is a successful candidate of the GRI Standards Exam.
Green Living Advisor
Angelica's background in urban farming, ESG reporting and as a soil lab assistant technician enable her to educate clients on the importance of incorporating environmentally sustainable practices into every aspect of their business.
Her focus on tackling sustainability issues revolves around affordable and accessible nutritious food and the reduction of food waste in urban areas. She is very passionate about teaching people to have the skills to grow their own food. In addition to her green thumb, she supports land and animal conservation efforts in Hong Kong.
Angelica holds an MSc in Food Security from the University of Edinburgh.