2013 Forum Updates

COP20 President and UK Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change to speak at Forum

Climate Action is delighted to announce that the Peru's Minister of Environment & President of COP20, H.E Manuel Pulgar-Vidal Otalora, and The Right Honourable Edward Davey, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change in the UK, will deliver key addresses at the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013.

ConVoco joins the Sustainable Innovation Forum as a Gold Sponsor

We are delighted to announce that ConVoco, a key provider of consultancy services in the area of sustainable development, will be a Gold Sponsor of the Forum. With a special focus on urban transport, renewable energy and energy efficiency they will be a key participant on “The resource efficient city” panel debate and will present the findings of the BSR Bioenergy Promotions 2 Project.

Final Forum agenda confirmed

Climate Action has released the confirmed agenda for the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2013 and it will open at 08.30 CET at the InterContinental Hotel, Warsaw, Poland with a Breakfast Workshop Hosted by the International Chamber of Commerce. The Workshop will be followed by a Welcome Keynote Speech by Achim Steiner, Executive Director of UNEP.

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2012 Forum Highlights

Highlights from Sustainable Innovation Forum 2012, Doha, Qatar


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