Our Panel of Advisors to provide Support & Guidance to the Green in Future Initiatives and Accomplishments, and help us work towards a Sustainable Future

Ken Hickson
Chairman / Managing Editor at the Hickson Team
Founder / CEO of SASA and ABC Carbon. A member of the Singapore Institue of Directors (MSID) and Fellow of the Institute of Public Relations Singapore (FIPRS), he has been active in media, public affairs and the communication industry in Asia Pacific, working out if in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand for more than 50 years. Committed to spread the sustainability message through media, words, deeds and actions. Committed to a cleaner world where renewable energy takes over from dirty fossil fuels and where our cities, communities and countryside value the environment, nature and air quality. Passionate about the arts as well as the environment.
Maria Boey
President IPRS
Master Planner, Landscape Architect and Urban designer. 26 years of practice in Housing and Deveopment Board. Planned Tampines and Pasir ris Towns. As a Landscape Architect, she has planned, designed and implemented many landscape designs and parks in Toa Payoh, Bishan Woodlands, Sembawang and Punggol Towns which won many local and overseas Landscape Awards. She is present Hon. Sec. and Activities Chair for the Singapore Institute of Planners. She is an International Speaker on Art, Culture, Community, Landscape, Recreation, Tourism. Architecture and Planning. She is President of the Institute of Parks and Recreation, Singapore, presently.
Dr Abdul Rahim Hamid
Landscape Architect
Dr Abdul Rahim Hamid currently a research fellow at NUS, obtained his doctoral degree from the National University of Singapore as well as a professional Master of Landscape Architecture Degree from the University of Melbourne in 2002. He focusses on Urban Ecology, Landscape Ecology, Remote Sensing & GIS, Landscape Planning, Landscape Architecture, Southeast Asian Urban History and Heritage.An eminent speaker, He has given the keynote address at various International Conferences and published a journal on Greening Cities: Forms and Functions. Springer: Singapore. He has practised as a Landscape Architect in several firms in Singapore and Sydney, working on design and planning projects in Australia, China, India and Singapore
Dr Terrence Tan
Research Fellow, NUS
Dr Terrence Tan is a research fellow in the National University of Singapore, Department of Building. His research focuses on urban greenery (vertical and rooftop greenery, indoor plant lighting requirements, tree selection) and the development of a scientific landscape design framework to improve thermal comfort and mitigate the Urban Heat Island effect. His work on urban greenery has been presented both in local and international conferences, as well as being published in international journals such as Building and Environment, Energy and Buildings and Landscape and Urban Planning. He is the founder of Urban Green Lab, which specializes in providing greenery outreach to primary and secondary schools in Singapore through educational workshops.
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