BCSDH organizes 'Business Breakfasts for Sustainable Development'

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The Business Council for Sustainable Development in Hungary (BCSDH), the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Netherlands-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce are jointly organizing the next series of BCSDH’s “Business Breakfasts for Sustainable Development” on March 26, BCSDH announced in a press release.

The event, which takes place at the Corinthia Hotel Budapest (1073 Budapest, Erzsébet krt. 43-49) from 8.30 am, will be opened by H.E. Gajus Scheltema, Dutch Ambassador to Hungary. The event will welcome guest speaker Kitty van der Heijden, Director, World Resources Institute Europe and former Ambassador for Sustainable Development of the Netherlands.

 

“Despite many calls for action by scientists, policy makers and private sector actors need to act on climate change and sustainable development in general, the transformation to a low-carbon economy is realized at a slower pace than is needed to avoid the consequences of climate change. Part of the problem is that many decision makers equate action on these issues with economic costs: a trade-off between 'green' and 'growth', and a reduced return on investments in sustainable growth.” the statement said.

 

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