Animal welfare expert to speak at Hong Kong Sustainability Conference

Hong Kong
Published:  29 January, 2015

New guidelines for the leather industry from the RSCPA on animal welfare will be discussed at Hong Kong sustainability event. Paul Littlefair, Head of RSPCA International (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) will be joining a leading group of speakers and experts at the much awaited Sustainability in the leather supply chain conference to be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on Tuesday March 31 2015 during the Asia Pacific Leather Fair.

Paul Littlefair, who has been with the RSPCA since 1998, currently oversees the RSCPA’s international and multinational relations, policy development and programmes. The RSPCA works to promote animal welfare on a global scale and is currently active in over 20 countries in Europe, Asia and Africa. Littlefair also has special responsibilities for the organisations Asia programme working in China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia.

He will be discussing animal welfare guidelines for the leather industry and developments in specific countries such as China.

Join Paul Littlefair and a host of other industry leading speakers for an afternoon of informative and topical debate. Organised by BLC Leather Technology Centre and APLF, the conference is sponsored by Lanxess, Stahl and International Leather Maker (ILM) are the official media sponsor.

Register now to ensure your place at this essential conference or for further information email or call +44 (0) 1604 679999.