Maggie Ka Ka Lee
Maggie Lee currently leads the Market and Plastic Value Chain efforts for the SEA circular project, an initiative of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) to inspire market-based solutions and help formulate policies to prevent marine plastic pollution. She was previously leading Market Transformation in Singapore for WWF. After several roles in research & development and technical affairs in the retail and fast-moving consumer goods industry with moguls such as Aeon, Nestlé and P&G, Maggie has been keen on creating sustainable solutions for Asia. With experience from Hong Kong, Canada, Taiwan, Japan and Singapore, she has been working on sustainable business initiatives, such as being the secretariat for the Support Asia for Sustainable Palm Oil (SASPO.org), the principle strategist for the WWF Plastic ACTion (PACT) and a formulator for the WWF Responsible Seafood Tool. She is consulted for cross-sector, multinational efforts on sustainable businesses. She has spoken in over 40 panels in the last couple of years about the focuses of her work – “sustainable procurement of conflict resources”, such as palm oil, plastic and seafood, “responsible consumption” at hotels and of food, “market transformation” for new heights of industry-wide corporate sustainability. Maggie’s publications are primarily on NGO-corporate relationships, sustainable commodity procurement, and ASEAN environmental governance.
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