The Singapore Environment Council has announced a new executive director (ED), months after naming a replacement for the outgoing ED.
The environmental nonprofit announced Hazri Hassan as its new director last September, with the former Ministry of Sustainability and Environment (MSE) executive set to take up the top job on November 1.
At the time of publication, it was unclear why Hassan’s tenure as ED was so short. Eco-Business has contacted Mr Hassan, the SEC and his MSE for comment.
Mr Hassan, who was division director (international policy) at MSE and permanent representative of UN Environment in Singapore, was appointed to replace Jen Teo, who resigned in June after six years as the organization’s ED. .Theo joins In 2017, SEC after the sudden resignation of former EDWIN SEA.
The SEC announced Cheang Kok Chung as its new director in a post on the social network LinkedIn on Thursday, bringing the number of executives who have held top posts, including interim president Goh Wee-hong, to four in six months. Ta.
Mr Chan is currently Deputy Director of Environmental Protection and Group Director of Resources and Sustainability at the National Environment Agency, a statutory board under MSE. His appointment as the SEC’s new Commissioner is effective February 1, 2024.
SEC Chair Isabella van Loo said in a LinkedIn post that Chan’s track record in environmental protection and sustainability makes him “the ideal person to lead the SEC into its next phase of growth and impact.” He said it became.
The SEC was established in 1995 out of Singapore’s former Ministry of Environment to provide advice to companies to improve their sustainability efforts, publish research on sustainability issues in Singapore, and publish a series of We operate a certification system.