Renard Siew is a sustainability and climate change specialist. He serves as a Supervisor at the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership (CISL) and an Adjunct Professor of Climate Change and Sustainability at UNITAR.

He was the Co-Chair of the Climate Change & Disaster Risk Management Working Committee and UNEP-FI’s Collective Commitment on Climate Action. In 2020, he was appointed an SDG Champion-Climate Action by the World Economic Forum (WEF). He is a member of the WEF Expert Network Group and has served as a WEF Community Champion for Asia Pacific and on the WEF Global Future Council on SDG Investment. He was previously part of the Forbes Fellowship Programme and attended the inaugural UN Climate Action Summit in New York representing Malaysia. He’s a Presidential Fellow of Malaysia’s National Youth Council (for the Environment).

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The Untapped Potential of Carbon Credit Trading in ASEAN

Renard Siew

ASEAN holds out immense potential for generating carbon credits, given the region’s incredibly rich biodiversity and abundance of renewable energy sources. Member countries should collectively forge commitment and a timeline for implementing regionwide carbon trading.