We envision business playing a significant role in the sustainable development of the country.
We help business embed sustainability into their strategy and operations and enable them to deliver positive scalable change
As the Global Network Partner of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) in the Philippines, we play an integral role in creating awareness, promoting action, and enabling an environment where businesses are committed to scale up solutions for a sustainable world.
As Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Certified Training Partner in the Philippines, we capture vital information about developments in organizational disclosure in the country. We also collect data, process information, and identify local sustainability reporting trends to be added to GRI’s Sustainability Disclosure Database.
BSD’s Board of Trustees is composed of the country’s leading executives and thought leaders. It is the primary governing body of our organization. The key officers of the Board are the Chairman, President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The following are the members of our Board as of 2020.
Makati Business Club
President and COO, Energy Development Corporation
President & CEO, C. Alcantara and Sons, Inc.
Climate Action and Sustainability Alliance (CASA)
Chairman, Investcorp, Inc.
Chairman Philippine Veterans Bank
Corporate Affairs Head, SMIC and SMFI Trustee
President, Bank of the Philippine Islands
Founder & Managing Partner, Palafox Associates
Member of the Advisory Council of the Armed Forces of the Philippines Leadership Development Center
Business Management, Asian Institute of Management
B.S. Biology, University of the Philippines, Manila
BS Tourism, Central Philippine University
Diploma in Fundamentals in Travel and Tourism, Omni Aviation Corporation
BS in Human Ecology Major in Social Technology, UP Los Baños
BA in Journalism, UP Diliman
BS Accountancy, Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP)
Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, Panpacific University North Philippines
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology (EARIST)
A BUSINESS-AS-USUAL approach can no longer get the job done. Companies need to recognize sustainability as part of their business model to survive and thrive.
According to Bonar Laureto, executive director of the Philippine Business for the Environment, a non-profit organization that supports sustainability management initiatives, a sustainable company needs to be configured to conduct business ethically, managing the impact of its existence, deliver value to society, and be future-ready…