Sustainability & Climate Change Summit

Sustainability & Climate Change Summit
Sustainability & Climate Change Summit

The Summit of Sustainability and Climate Change is an annual virtual event that brings together leaders and professionals from diverse disciplines to discuss and address the most serious issues related to sustainability and climate change.

The summit's goal is to foster information sharing, collaboration, and innovation in tackling humanity's environmental concerns. The summit is a 24-hour event that focuses on several areas of sustainability and climate change, such as energy, transportation, education, food systems, water management, and waste reduction.

The summit will cover the following topics: - the most recent scientific discoveries, goods, and services connected to climate change. - the importance of sustainability in all aspects of human activity; - sustainable practices such as renewable energy, green transportation, and regenerative agriculture are critical for lowering human activity's environmental impact- methods for promoting sustainable practices across numerous businesses and areas, - the role of businesses in solving sustainability and climate change challenges: Businesses are rapidly realizing the value of sustainability to their operations, reputation, and bottom line. - The experiences, challenges, and success stories of businesses in implementing sustainable practices. - strategies for promoting environmental justice and ensuring that the benefits of sustainability are distributed equally. - the importance of international accords and collaboration in addressing climate change, protecting biodiversity, and promoting sustainable development.

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Event Name: Sustainability & Climate Change Summit
Date: May 25, 2023

Krishi Jagran

Mobile: 9818895537, 9818893548, 9818893752

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