Chief Development Strategist,
Institute for the Environment,
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Christine Loh is Chief Development Strategist at the Institute for the Environment, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). She also co-created and co-taught a course on Sustainability as a Competitive Advantage at the Business School at HKUST in 2018 and 2021. Her current teaching commitments include a course on Non-Market Risks at the Anderson School of Management, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in the winter quarter.
Loh is a Director and Trustee of CDP Worldwide, a London-based organization that runs a global disclosure system for companies, cities, states and regions to manage environmental impacts; a Director of the Global Maritime Forum, an industry platform for senior management to discuss maritime issues that is managed in Denmark; and New Forests Pty Ltd.
She is a member of BASF’s Stakeholder Advisory Council, as well as HSBC’s Climate Advisory Panel. She is also a Director of the Robert HN Ho Family Foundation. Loh is a sought-after speaker on sustainability issues, including climate change, as well as green finance/ESG and related policies. She also briefs finance houses and business groups regularly on geopolitical issues (US-China relations).