Christine Loh is the CEO of Civic Exchange. She has been the regional managing director of a multi-national commodities trading company and also a member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council.
Since 2000, Loh has focused on policy research and is an international adviser to the G8+5 Climate Change Dialogue, Senior Policy Adviser to the C40 Cities Climate Change Leadership Group — and a member of an international steering committee focusing on integrating development and climate policies for the post-2012 Kyoto Protocol negotiations.
In her capacity as a director of the Hong Kong stock exchange, she has encouraged the exchange to look into emissions-products trading including carbon.
Loh holds an LLB Hons from the University of Hull, England and an LLM from City University of Hong Kong.
Andrew Stevenson is Researcher and Publication Coordinator at Civic Exchange. His research is focused on Asian climate change and air quality public policy — with a particular emphasis on the Pearl River Delta region of southern China.
He is also a U.S. Fulbright Scholar in urban development and planning in Hong Kong.
Stevenson received his BA in Geosciences from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, in June 2007.
Simon S. C. Tay teaches international law at the National University of Singapore with a focus on governance and the environment.
He is concurrently chairman of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs and he has also been chairman of the National Environment Agency, the country's major agency for environmental protection and public health.
While also involved in trade, peace and other international issues, Tay has worked extensively on environmental issues — especially the regional haze, climate change and corporate social responsibility.
He earned an LLB Hons from National University of Singapore and an LLM from Harvard University.