Why should you Attend:
All Stakeholders (corporations, government and citizens in general) are being bombarded by terms like green, sustainable, alternative energy, renewable energy .Corporations, State and Municipal officials and consumers are currently pressed to look into how to reduce their “carbon-footprint” and how to turn “green” and become “sustainable.”
Both the public and private sector are engaged on parallel decision-making processes addressing energy, the environment and the sustainability of the society as a whole. Their decisions will affect the way corporations and government will work and the shape of the business environment. Changes in consumer behavior will affect how corporations and government will deliver their goods and services. Can we keep having a productive dialogue with the uncertainly that the concept behind “greening of the…” or “doing business in a sustainable way”?
This webinar brings to light the concepts behind these buzzwords; audience will be surprise to see how old these “new” concepts and how misunderstood they are. The goal is to level up the debate on climate change and the environment, help understand what government officials at federal, state and municipal level are trying to say and do. This webinar serves as a baseline, to level the field on glossary and concepts for the upcoming webinars on the topic of the current situation associated with the environmental regulatory framework and the compliance market for renewable energy.
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Who will benefit:
Federico Fische, Mr. Fische is a trade and development economist with over twenty years of experience in both the public and private sectors. He is an accomplished project developer and manager, market and sector researcher, and analyst with specialization in international trade, sustainable development and technology transfer. He has authored numerous articles and studies in such areas, as well as teaching regional integration and international organizations for five years at the graduate level.
His field experience is focused in Latin America and Caribbean countries, where he has led and/or worked in projects on trade policy, export promotion and competitiveness, international trade negotiations, capacity building, protected areas, renewable energy, technology transfer, clean production, and the modernization of production methods in the agro-industrial and forestry sectors.
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