Contributor: Alec Tang
About Alec TangAlec Tang is a Senior Consultant within ERM’s Global Sustainability and Climate Change practice based in Auckland, New Zealand. He is a Chartered Environmentalist with a broad environmental science background and close to ten years of experience in the global environmental industry. His work has encompassed a variety of roles in academia, the public sector and private consultancy and spanned numerous disciplines including: water quality science; water supply & treatment technologies; water resource management; sustainable drainage solutions; contaminated site management; environmental impact and risk assessment; and sustainable business strategy. Alec plays a central role in the establishment and growth of ERM’s Global Water Sustainability practice, driving forward the development of the product offering, whilst also delivering a range of specific water sustainability projects, from water efficiency audits and water footprinting, through to water risk identification and management. Alec currently sits on Standards New Zealand’s International Review Group for LCA that is actively involved in the development of the ISO water footprint standard. In addition, Alec connects with the wider Sustainability and Climate Change team, utilising his varied experiences and expertise to support the delivery of projects relating to energy and resource efficiency; sustainable buildings and communities; and climate change management, mitigation and adaptation.
Footprinting – Making its Mark in China?
Alec Tang of ERM explains the growing trend of water footprint reporting in China and what it could mean for sustainability. … more