"Sze Ping is currently CEO of Greenovation Hub, the Executive Board Chair of Friends of Nature - the first green NGO in China, and Deputy Board Chair of Global Call for Climate Action (GCCA). In 2010, he was appointed by the Hong Kong Government to sit in the advisory Sustainable Development Council. In recent years, Sze Ping founded two non-profit organizations in China: Greenovation Hub - a non-profit organization specializing in innovative environmental campaigns on climate change, access to clean water and sustainable finance; and Forward Works, an organization specializing in activist education and capacity building. He has held the position of Secretary General for the Society of Entrepreneurs and Ecology and its affiliated SEE Foundation, and was an expert for the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) review the environmental initiatives of the Shanghai Municipality in its preparation for the World Expo 2010. Sze Ping led the establishment of Greenpeace in China in 1999 and was the Campaign Director until 2009, where he developed and carried out campaigns on Food Safety and Sustainable Agriculture, Toxic Electronics Waste and Clean Production, Climate Change and Energy, Illegal Logging and Timber Trade in China. Sze Ping serves on the boards of All China Environmental Federation, Minjian International, China Youth Climate Action Network (CYCAN), on the Global Advisory Council for 350.org and the Global Agenda Council on the Role of Civil Society of the World Economic Forum (WEF). He also serves as advisor to many University programs, he is a Fellow in the India China Institute of the New School University, and a Research Fellow in the Institute of Civil Society of the Zhongshan University. Sze Ping lives in Guangzhou and Hong Kong with his wife and their eight-year old son." 
Sze Ping is currently the Secretary General of the Society of Entrepreneurs and Ecology. He worked for the UN Environmental Program, and has led the establishment of Greenpeace in China since 1999. He serves in the boards of All China Environmental Federation, as well as Friends of Nature, which is the oldest green NGO in China.