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EcoConnect

EcoConnect
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Definition:

ECO CONNECT


WHO ATTENDS?  INDUSTRY LEADERS AND INFLUENCERS


Relevance to Sustainable Construction: 


Opinion:

"A really vibrant networking community. It's a privilege to join in."
John Drake, Joint Head of International Energy at Bird & Bird LLP


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2013 October 31:
The Business Case for the Green Economy
What Can/Should the UK Learn from a United Nations Approach?'
ecoConnect's Green in the City Forum
  • 2012 saw the launch of the Green Industry Platform, a joint initiative of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), a global, multi-stakeholder partnership intended to act as a forum to catalyse, mobilize and mainstream action on Green Industry around the world. Over 150 Governments, Corporations and Civil Society organisations have joined it to date; the UK Government is not, at present, a member.
  • There are obvious benefits and opportunities to be gained from pursuing a co-ordinated, global approach to the development of green industry, not least in terms of jobs creation, poverty reduction and more efficient resource-management. However, there are still many barriers to the adoption of low carbon agendas in both new and existing industries and within government which could pose a significant risk to the long term competitive advantage of UK companies.

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