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Bert holds certification in the ISO 9000, ISO 14001, Energy and EarthCheck [Environmental and sustainability] auditing.
He has served for over 6 years on the QA Sub Committee for NCTVET) and is a currently a member of the Impartiality Committee for TSLCSI Ltd in Jamaica.
Bert also does volunteer work for his community through his church and the Kiwanis Club.
Mr Chen Wenjie is the Associate Director of Building System & Diagnostics (BSD) who supervises all of BSD’s new building projects as well as overseeing projects in China. Wenjie has been a green building engineer since he graduated from Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He has accumulated a wealth of experience in energy efficiency and green buildings codes and design strategies, especially in enhancing Health and Well-being of occupants. He is conversant in local building codes & regulations and other regulatory framework dealing with the built environment.
With over 20 years experience, Daniel has worked all over the world with reputed international hotel chains on both operational and corporate. Background education includes Lausanne Hotel School, Harvard Business School (AMP159) and University of Cambridge, Institute for Sustainability Leadership – Business Sustainability Management course.
Specialist areas include Strategic consulting; Executive training; Change Management; Sustainable Construction; Storytelling; Implementation; Motivational speaker.
Working with Destinations, Government Entities, Corporate Offices, Hotel Groups and Individual Properties and Tourism Trade Stakeholders.
Martin Pinson (B. Env. Eng. and B. Arch.) is a qualified environmental engineer, architect and sustainability consultant, with over 20 years of experience, in the industry. He has worked with INTEGRECO for over 10 years as a Senior Sustainability Consultant. Martin has worked on numerous Sustainability Consulting projects undertaking energy assessments, water assessments, carbon analysis, materials selection and sustainable design consulting. He has worked on a wide variety of retail, commercial and residential development projects.
Pinpinat Chaiyadej is based in Thailand and Australia. Pinpinat is an environmental specialist with significant experience in Environmental and Sustainability Management System as well as Energy and Occupational Health and Safety.
Extremely passionate about her work, Pinpinat’s long-term goal is to assist Thailand’s tourism and hospitality industry in transitioning to a greener and more sustainable business model.
Rubiela is currently the Managing Director of Ace Firm Engineering, providing engineering services in Aruba and throughout the Caribbean.
She earned her master’s degree in Process Chemical Engineering from the University of Groningen Netherland and published an academic paper at the Laurance Reid Gas Conference at the University of Oklahoma.
She brings almost 20 years of experience in technical advisory, engineering design, technical consultancy, and project management.
In sustainability, she is an EarthCheck auditor for sustainable destinations and tourism organizations in the Caribbean.
More than 10 years’ experience in supporting and auditing organisations in the leisure, sport and cultural industry. Specialist in Eco-labels, CSR Management systems, Waste Management and Energy Reduction.
More than five (5) years working experience in research for oil palm supply chain industry under MIT Global Scale Network and three (3) years’ experience in certification service. Graduated in Master in Plantation Industry Management. Certified Lead Auditor course in Integrated Management System (IMS) ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 Exemplar Global Certified, Certified Lead Auditor course for Roundtable Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO P&C), Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO), MSPO Supply Chain, SA8000 and Approved EarthCheck Auditor.
Audit Programs: EarthCheck, RSPO Certification, MSPO Certification, SEDEX Members Ethical Trade Audit (SMETA) and Understanding Responsible Sourcing Audit (URSA).
Phay Ping is the Co-founder and Managing Director of Building System and Diagnostics Pte Ltd (BSD). He has led the company to become one of the leading consulting firms in the field of energy and environmental design with offices in Singapore, Malaysia and China and with a track record of more than 500 projects. It is also a fore-runner in energy, ventilation, solar/ daylighting, wind driven rain, pollutants and thermal dynamic simulations.
In addition to his consulting service, he has extensive experience in ESD software tools such as DesignBuilder for Energy Modeling, Daylight Study, and Thermal Comfort Study. Lalit is passionate about environmentally-conscious design and aims to integrate sustainability for buildings to allow small and medium size projects can adopt sustainable design, construction, and operation methods at their own pace.
Daniel, a Swiss national, brings with him the experience gained in International Hospitality Operations collected over three decades.
In 2010 Daniel specialized in Sustainability Management with a Masters degree of advanced study in Environmental Management and Technology from the University of North-Western Switzerland, School of Life Science.
Since 2012 he founded a Sustainability Consulting Firm, held corporate positions in Sustainability and has audited and trained Environmental Management Systems for leading Hotelbrands in Asia, Europe and Africa.
Julie is the Principal of Confluence Sustainability, LLC, a consultancy focused on collaborative strategies and solutions utilizing travel and tourism as a catalyst for sustainable growth and a bridge to preserving and celebrating cultural heritage. Her work encompasses destinations, public and private partnerships and organizations committed to broad-based, stakeholder engagement to build scalable, multi-sector programs and replicable sustainability best practices. After more than 25 years as an embedded practitioner in marketing communications, environmental and sustainability across all sectors, Julie established Confluence Sustainability.
There are more than 476 million Indigenous Peoples, found in all regions of the world, from the Arctic to the tropical forests. They make up more than 6 per cent of our global population.
In the spirit of reconciliation, EarthCheck acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout the world and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Indigenous Peoples today.
EarthCheck acknowledges that Indigenous Peoples are guardians of the forests and biodiversity hotspots we all depend on. Research shows that lands managed by Indigenous Peoples, with secure rights, experience lower deforestation rates, store more carbon, hold more biodiversity, and benefit more people than other lands — including protected areas.
We recognise and support the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), the most comprehensive international instrument on the rights of Indigenous Peoples. The Declaration is a positive document that maps out a path for Indigenous Peoples to be free from discrimination and secure in their identities and life choices.
EarthCheck science and products were developed by the Australian Government Sustainable Tourism Co-operative Research Centre (STCRC) over ten years. Our science is reviewed annually to ensure that it meets international standards relative to greenhouse gas protocols, responsible tourism, and certification.
EarthCheck products and services are built on the Agenda 21 principles for Sustainable Development endorsed by 182 Heads of State at the United Nations Rio De Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992 and aligned to the SDGs.
EarthCheck Certified provides a framework for organisations to achieve the desired outcomes for sustainable development as set out in the final report of the World Summit for Sustainable Development held in Johannesburg in 2002.
EarthCheck Certified complies with the Mohonk Agreement (2000), which outlines the guidelines and principles for an international sustainable tourism certification program. It is also a Recognised program of the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC).
EarthCheck Certified is a verification standard accepted by CDP. It is also an approved program of the Certification and Accreditation Administration of the People’s Republic of China (CNCA), London & Partners, the Mexican Secretary of Tourism (SECTUR) and the City of Sydney.
EarthCheck Certified is an approved program for meeting the EU Energy Directive for the Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Control (Bundesamt für Wirtschaft und Ausfuhrkontrolle – BAFA) in Germany and the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy) in the Netherlands.
EarthCheck partners with international research organisations to maintain the currency of EarthCheck science and our benchmarking systems.
The EarthCheck brand signifies scientific excellence, better environmental, economic, and social performance, improved community interactions, and savings through more efficient use of resources. It provides recognition and promotional support to a global consumer market.