Green businesses (also known as sustainable businesses) minimize negative impacts on the global or local environment, community and society. The Green Biz Committee is open to all companies and individuals that either work in the green business sector – e.g. renewable energy or waste management, or operate their businesses by respecting green principals – e.g. energy efficiency or low carbon dioxide emissions.
The Committee is a platform for information sharing and discussion, and concerns itself with matters that solely relate to green industries while seeking to provide Cambodian authorities with relevant and constructive policy inputs. The main objective is to raise awareness for green business practices in Cambodia and to draw public attention on issues that require urgent revision.
The Committee is composed by 3 active Subcommittees:
- Corporate social responsibility
- Renewable energy
- Green buildings
- Promote adoption and implementation of green business practices in Cambodia in order to assist Cambodia’s sustainable development and economic growth.
- Provide a forum for companies involved in Green Business to discuss common issues and challenges to the industry in Cambodia and to work with the Royal Government of Cambodia and other relevant agencies and authorities to seek for improvement.
- Develop position papers and contribute to the EuroCham White Book
Archetype Cambodia, Blue Orchard, BOSCH, CLMV Capital Cambodia, Comin Khmere Co. Ltd., DFDL, DuPont, EcoSense, Emerging Markets Consultants, Environnement et Solidarité, GERES – Groupe Energies Renouvelables, Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), Grandis Timber, Intercontinental Hotel, Kamworks, Leopard Capital, MEET-BIS Cambodia, MINVEST, Nexus, NRG Renewables, Schneider Electric, Sevea, Siam Green Power International, Simplon Cambodia, SNV World, Sofitel Angkor Phokeetra, Sustainable Green Fuel Enterprise (SGFE), TÜV Rheinland, WWF, Andéol Cadin, Raphaele Deau and more individual members.
Dr. Romina de Jong
Position: Advisor, Private Sector and CSR
Dr. Romina de Jong works as an advisor with Oxfam, specifically for the gender inclusive and responsible business programme and the CSR platform.
With a PhD in Educational Studies, Romina has extensive experience in educational research and management. She worked for more than two years as Country Director of PicoSol Cambodia, a local knowledge centre that provides consultancies, M&E, training and awareness raising in the field of Renewable Energy (RE). As one of the founders of the Solar Energy Association Cambodia, a business association that advances the interests of the solar sector in Cambodia, she played an active role in the board of directors from April 2014 to July 2016.
In June 2015 Ms. de Jong joined EuroCham’s Green Business Committee and served as head of the Sustainable/Renewable Energy until June 2016, when she was elected as chairwoman of the Greenbiz committee.Email: