Budapest to host 24 Hours of Reality

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Greenwill.org, in association with REC and The Climate Reality Project, is organizing a watch party for "24 Hours of Reality" on November 13, a live global event aimed at connecting people from around the world in order to pressure world leaders to put environmental issues at the forefront, according to an announcement issued today.

The event program includes the following speakers:

Ambassador ​of Denmark Tom Nørring​­ Denmark: Model of Eco­Friendliness and Why It Makes Sense­ and Cents!

REC Executive Director Marta Szigeti Bonifert: News From the Enviro Front Here in Hungary

Team Red Executive Creative Director Gregg Harper: ​Take Two! Companies Need to See Green as Golden!

IHBC Board Member Mark Downey:​­ Getting Green With Kids This St Patrick’s Day 2016

EuCham Secretary General David Kovács​­ Environmental CSR: The New Corporate Frontier

Climate Reality Project Partner Côte D’Ivoire Oluwaseyi Abiola:​­ What’s Up in Africa!

President of the Jane Goodall Institute Enikő Meszaros­​: Palm Oil, What Consumers Need to Know

Greenpeaceʼs András Perger​­: The Story of a Spoon - What Does Plastic Really Cost?

Also participating in the event are Greenwill members, ex­-interns, and Student Ambassadors from around the world.

The watch party will be hosted by by Brody Studios (1064 Budapest, Vörösmarty utca 38) with free entry for all interested, following a registration at liz.frommer@greenwill.org.

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