Foundation’s webinar will explain how to price pollution to drive sustainable technology

webinar_foodNew technology and economic instruments to achieve food security 

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Fast Facts:

  • 17th April 12:30 CET and thereafter via recording
  • CSR level: medium, compliance
  • Main Theme: understanding phosphorus
  • Main audience:  policy makers, corporate CSR managers, NGO representatives and concerned individuals looking for a deeper understanding of how corporations and governments can collaborate with society in general to create a cleaner, more food-secure world.
  • Main benefits: Join the dots to see new opportunities
  • Main content partners: Teknikmarknad,  The Swedish Sustainable Economy Foundation
  • Length: 55 mins

 

THIS SEMINAR IS FOR:
policy makers, corporate CSR managers, NGO representatives and concerned individuals looking for a deeper understanding of how corporations and governments can collaborate with society in general to create a cleaner, more food-secure world.

FROM THE PROGRAM (with reservation for changes):

  •  Introduction to the WAF ladder – from philanthropy to CSR to common shared value – why good value for the community can be good value for your business.
  •  Why phosphorus is the keystone of food security – and why it is also a major risk.
  • How to put a price on pollution that changes the way people use technology: flexible pollutant fees.
  • Why dredging dead regions of the Baltic may save ecology of the sea and the land.  Reclaiming the assets of the past to drive the clean-tech of the future.
  • How raising fees on waste water can lower the price of food and create jobs.

REGISTRATION:  Register here, it’s free!

 

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