Paia has established valuable partnerships with the following organisations to help you to achieve your sustainability goals.
We are a member of the GRI Community and support the mission of GRI to empower decision makers everywhere, through GRI Sustainability Reporting Standards and its multi-stakeholder network, to take action towards a more sustainable economy and world.
The TCFD was established by the FSB in 2015 to develop a set of voluntary, consistent disclosure recommendations for use by companies in providing information to investors, lenders and insurance underwriters about their climate-related financial risks.
The PRI is the world’s leading proponent of responsible investment. It works to understand the investment implications of environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors and to support its international network of investor signatories in integrating these factors into their investment and ownership decisions. Paia is pleased to be the first signatory in our category in Singapore.
The Global Compact Network Singapore is a national society in bringing forward the CSR movement. It functions as a multi-stakeholder platform in recognising the role and contributions of all CSR stakeholders. It is also a participant and the focal point of the United Nations (UN) Global Compact, the world’s largest voluntary corporate citizenship initiative.
The Singapore Business Federation (SBF) is the apex business chamber championing the interests of the Singapore business community in the areas of trade, investment and industrial relations. It represents 22,500 companies, as well as key local and foreign business chambers.
Singapore Environment Institute (SEI) is the training and knowledge division of the National Environment Agency (NEA). Within NEA, SEI distils and documents the knowledge residing with experienced staff, as well as knowledge from other relevant sources, for transfer to the next generation of officers via its training programmes.
The Singapore Packaging Agreement (SPA) is a joint initiative by government, industry and NGOs to reduce packaging waste, which constitutes about one-third by weight of Singapore’s domestic waste.
WRAP works with governments, businesses and communities to deliver practical solutions to improve resource efficiency.