SDSN PH/HK/TH Networks Webinar: Incubating Sustainable Solutions

Created on 30 March 2023

Incubating Sustainable Solutions

Youth plays a leading role in the future of sustainability, especially for their creative and innovative potential. Co-organized by SDSN Philippines, SDSN Hong Kong, and SDSN Thailand, the ‘Incubating Sustainable Solutions’ webinar is delighted to have three sustainability champions to share their insights and journeys in developing solutions for sustainable development in their respective regions.


19 April 2023 (Wednesday)


3:00 – 5:00 pm (HKT) | Convert to your time zone


Online via Zoom




Ms Shawntel NIETO (Philippines)
Co-founder, SustainablePH

Mr Jirapat HORESAENGCHAI (Thailand)
Thailand Program Manager, New Energy Nexus

Mr Thierry LEUNG (Hong Kong)
Programme Manager, CarbonCare InnoLab

Admission is free, all are welcome.

Online registration


Ms Raine Li (3943 5034;

19 Apr 2023 (Wednesday)


Ms Shawntel NIETO

Co-Founder and President, Sustainable PH Inc., One Cainta Food Program | Through the organisations she has co-founded, Ms Nieto has provided food, water, disaster relief, and supplementary education to over 700,000 people across 20 cities and 11 hospitals in the Philippines. She has worked as a researcher focused on social entrepreneurship and sustainability, as a corporate analyst under JP Morgan & Chase Inc., and as the country manager of CSRWorks International – a global sustainability consulting firm.


Thailand Program Manager, New Energy Nexus | Mr Horesaengchai leads Thailand accelerator program and supports clean energy entrepreneurs from idea to growth stage. Prior to joining New Energy Nexus, Jerry had been working in corporate innovation, and corporate venture capital helping leading industries engage with starts and innovations.

Mr Thierry LEUNG

Programme Manager, CarbonCare InnoLab | Mr Leung has 10+ years of working experience in non-profit organisations, focusing on children and youth, and mental health. Currently, he is with CarbonCare InnoLab (CCIL), empowering local young people to speak up for Climate Change. He is in charge of CCIL’s ‘Climate Advocacy Training for Youth’ (CATY) programme, COP26 & COP27 field trips, and Local Conference of Youth Hong Kong (LCOY) in 2021 and 2022.