Budapest to host Green Economic Forum

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Budapest will host a Green Economic Forum on November 14, focusing on the importance of creating a global business model in harmony with environmental needs.

The forum is aimed at those organizations and companies that share friendly-environment values and practices to support a sustainable economy. According to organizer EuCham - European Chamber “understanding the concept of the circular economy is the key to identifying the biggest opportunities for improvement of businesses and changing the take, make and dispose approach”. The concept has been discussed at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and the European Union shares the model too, considering environmental change one of the most important area to focus on.

Delegates of several organizations will share knowledge, experiences and ideas on how to achieve and promote a greener future. Speakers will include EuCham president Michele Orzan, MOL Group senior sustainability expert Áron Horváth, the Ambassador of Ecuador María del Carmen González Cabal and the Ambassador of Slovenia Ksenija Škrilec. The event is being held at the EuCham conference room at Szabadság tér 7 (Bank Center) from 5 p.m.

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