Sunday, August 13, 2017

Event - Sustainable Innovation Forum

The 8th annual Sustainable Innovation Forum will take place on November 13-14, in Bonn, Germany. As explained by Erik Solheim, the Executive Director of UN Environment: "We need to prove that protecting the environment is profitable and in everyone's best interests. We can do this by holding up successful examples."

The largest business-focused event held during the annual Conference of Parties (COP), the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2017 heads to Bonn, Germany – the home of the UNFCCC. Now in its 8th year, the event will gather 600+ of the most influential national and local policy makers, UN agencies, business leaders, investors and international NGOs to meet, share knowledge and lead by example towards the full achievement of the Paris Agreement's ambitious climate goals.

Join us for debate and discussion around crucial key topics including:
  • Renewable energy
  • Circular economy
  • Sustainable land and water management
  • Carbon markets
  • Climate finance
  • Climate innovation in emerging regions 
Key public and private sector leaders will share successful case studies and identify opportunities for future innovation. 

Join us and 600+ leading industry figures in November in Bonn, Germany to drive your business strategy and policy vision towards a more sustainable future.

The event takes place adjacent to the Bula/negotiation Zone of COP23 in Bonn, the Sustainable Innovation Forum will take place on the lawn of the Deutsche Post DHL Group Post Tower (Post Tower) premises.

The Sustainable Innovation Forum will be hosted on DHL’s lawn, in the shadow of the 162.5 metre Post Tower - a building powered by 100% certified renewable energy, with a cooling system that uses natural, local sources of wind and water, allowing it to consume 30% less energy. On the DHL lawn, SIF will take place inside award-winning inflatable structures that will be powered as far as possible by DHL’s renewable energy and any food waste from the Forum will be digested and converted into energy.

To register click here.

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