Nov. 15: Getting South Korea to Go Greener

The Korea Economic Institute of America presents:

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

KEI Conference Facility
1800 K St NW | Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006

Getting South Korea to Go Greener

Many large South Korean companies have followed a trend among industrialized countries by embracing environmental protection and sustainability. Korean consumers, investors, and policy initiatives have all contributed to South Korean firms “going green” in recent years. However, despite this heightened interest in environmental responsibility, there is limited understanding of which types of sustainable activities Korean firms have implemented and, consequently, how much these practices are contributing to global sustainability.

Please join KEI and environmental governance expert Younsung Kim for a discussion of her new research on sustainability practices employed by large South Korean firms, including how they can be improved to further the interests of stakeholders and protect the environment.


Younsung Kim 
Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Policy
Schar School of Policy and Government
George Mason University

Moderated by:

Kyle Ferrier
Director of Academic Affairs and Research
Korea Economic Institute of America

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