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EuCham - European Chamber - Green Economic Forum 2016

     


     
     
     



Green Economic Forum 2016

The Green Economic Forum is one of the CEE main events emphasizing the importance of adapting the businesses to the current environmental needs. The Forum gathers organizations and companies not only discussing the challenges of sustainability, as well as pushing businesses to react to environmental issues by sharing their strategies and expertise.

The Forum presents opportunities and emerging trends for shaping a greener future, discussing the benefits and obstacles associated with the shift towards more sustainable lifestyles and ways of doing business.

Representatives of several organizations and businesses will share knowledge, experiences and ideas on how to achieve and promote a greener future.

Speakers and panelists include the Ambassador of Ecuador, Ambassador of Slovenia and representatives of KPMG, MOL, Heineken, WWF, Foundation for Circular Economy, KÖVET, Corvinus University of Budapest, Ökotárs - Environmental Partnership Foundation and Házikó.

Register here.

The Forum presents opportunities and emerging trends for shaping a greener future, discussing the benefits and obstacles associated with the shift towards more sustainable lifestyles and ways of doing business.

The necessity to pursue environmentally viable approaches is a pressing need for our society. The ability to cope with changes in the environment, the economy and consumer behaviour is the key to uncover opportunities to improve businesses and raise interest on sustainability.

Participation is free of charge for accepted applicants. The event will be held in English.

Time & date: Mon 14 Nov 2016, 6pm

Location: EuCham Conference Room, Szabadság tér 7 (Bank Center), 1054 Budapest, Hungary

Previous years’ materials:

Green Business Forum: 2013 - 2014

Green Economic Forum: 2015

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