The Future of Green Economy
Panel Presentation & Networking Event
When: Wednesday, April 17, from 18:30 to 20:30
Where: Piazza di S. Marco, 51, Roma
Organized by: Canadian Chamber in Italy
With the support of: Società Italiana per l'organizzazione Internazionale, Canadian Embassy in Italy and Air Canada.
Participants: Canadian and Italian business owners, c-level executives, researchers, investors, start-up founders, students, and government officials.
Sasha Koo-Oshima, Deputy Director, Land, and Water Division, FAO
Ruggero Aricò, Head of Institutional Affairs, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania, Enel Green Power
Michele Bianconi, Deputy Operations Manager for Manufacturing, Commercial and Real Estate, Stantec
Raimondo Orsini, Director, Sustainable Development Foundation
Simone Stancari, Co-founder, Energy Way
Background: Currently, the green economy holds roughly the same market share as the fossil fuel sector, 6% of the globally listed equity derived from renewable and alternative energy, energy efficiency, water, waste and pollution services. This new economy is now worth approximately $4 trillion.
The energy industry comprises more than half of the green economy, followed by the food and agriculture, water and transport sectors.
As the use of new technologies drives innovation, both governments and businesses need to understand the key factors driving the green economy; this event will provide a forum for the Chamber's supporters, guests and key stakeholders to:
Improve their understanding of the green economy
Explore the challenges and opportunities of this sector
Create new connections with the leaders driving the industry
RSVP directly here by completing this form before April 12.