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Applied Sustainability Management in Asia Pacific (ASMAP)


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The Applied Sustainability Management in Asia Pacific (ASMAP) is a short, multidisciplinary, crash course that aims to provide professionals with practical focus and clarity in Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), sustainability, and climate change. It adopts innovative and bespoke approaches, incorporating sustainability concepts with live, visceral, and tools-based strategies. It can also help businesses create a meaningful competitive advantage over their industry peers.

This program is ideal for: (1) Sustainability Professionals, (2) Middle Management, (3) Senior Management, and (4) Board of Directors.

Expected Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamental concepts of ESG, sustainability, and climate change including the implications to corporate governance practices
  • Learn the tools and practical approaches in embedding ESG and sustainability in the company’s strategy in alignment with global standards and frameworks
  • Gain insight into the leading global practices in business sustainability including the net-zero transition
  • Apply the relevant concepts and tools in the company’s sustainability journey


  • Module 1: Understanding the Business Case of Sustainability and Implications to Corporate Governance
  • Module 2: Measuring Sustainability: Determining the Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Factors affecting Business
  • Module 3: Decarbonization Strategies: Learning and Profiting from the Practices of Global Companies


  • Dr. Winston Conrad Padojinog (Ph.D., De La Salle University)
  • Dr. Bernardo M. Villegas (Ph.D., Harvard University) 
  • Prof. Colin Legarde Hubo (Executive Director, UA&P Center for Social Responsibility; Former Stakeholder Council Member of Global Reporting Initiative (GRI); Global Ambassador of International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC), Certified Specialist of Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Standards and Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD))


Php 110,000


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For more details, please contact

Ms. Francesca Louisse Cabugoy