Milano Green Forum aims to increase environmental awareness
Milano Green Forum will take place online on November 20, 2020. The event is conceived as the most important moment of international debate on the environmental issues.
The Milano Green Forum aims on the one hand to increase environmental awareness, generating an awareness-knowledge of the potential of a possible radical change of paradigm, which is why it is aimed at citizens, businesses, third sector and institutions at the same time. to present new technological solutions, thus favoring a cooperative approach between research and industry, also providing for the first time a cross-sectoral comparison on the political and industrial strategies in place.
Milano Green Forum virtual fair will enrich one's environmental skills and discover green innovations.
The digital support allows participants to have access to multimedia content, divided into conference panels and the Green Voices, interviews in pills of the main opinion leaders in the sector. In addition, the visitor, within this real digital fair, by visiting the virtual stands of companies, startups and institutions, will have the opportunity to interact live with exhibitors and download documents and reports. There is also a live chat for B2B between visitors and exhibitors.
Some of the themes to be discussed:
- The green deal and the European release post COVID-19
The European Green Deal is the European Comission's plan to make the EU's economy sustainable. It will contribute turning the current sanitary and economic crisis into an opportunity to transform our economies in line with the 2050 climate neutrality target.
- The importance of being a (green) trend-setter
Analysis of the most important environmental trends and how to be not only trendy, but a trend-setter. So, don't follow trends, set them.
- The role of foundations
- The time for regenerative organic farming is now
"There's no sustainability without knowledge. If contemporary consumers are not aware, inspired, educuated or informed, we are hardly going to trigger any change."
Giusy Bettoni, C.L.A.S.S. CEO & founder.
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