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Transformation to Sustainable Economy: Global Sustainable Finance Conference, Germany - 4-5 July 2013

A Two Day International Conference on Global Sustainable Finance will be held from 4th to 5th of July, 2013 in Karlsruhe, Germany. This event will bring together senior executives of financial institutions, policy makers, economists, academia, representatives of international development agencies, sustainable development and environmental management practitioners, and other relevant stakeholders engaged or interested in sustainable finance and green economy. The event will also be attended by senior members of various faculties such as finance, economics, banking, business administration, environmental management and by members of other relevant departments.

The delegates will discuss key emerging issues including: Environmental change, natural resources and sustainable development; post global financial crisis era; finance and investments as drivers for sustainable development; and initiatives needed to build a more resilient, stable, environmental friendly and socially responsible financial services sector. The conference offers a distinctive opportunity to deliberate on innovative solutions that will advance our transition to low carbon and sustainable economy.

Further to knowledge sharing on sustainable finance and the emergence of the green economy; the upcoming conference will also help establish partnerships and alliances and in developing synergies. It provides an excellent opportunity to network with the senior members of financial community, multilateral agencies, governmental and non-governmental institutions, academia, sustainable development practitioners, economists and other stakeholders in Europe and globally. An optional excursion/ get-together will take place on Saturday the 6th of July 2013.

For further information, please view the event details here or contact the organizing committee via email: sustainability@etechgermany.net

 

Language: English
Organization: EtechGermany