”Sustainability: Shaping the future of brands” conference aims to serve as a meeting platform for sustainability specialists, NGOs and companies to discuss how to integrate sustainability in their core business strategy.
Our designated experts will present an in depth analysis of a sustainability report, according to European standards and regulations and will discuss the main trends, directions and challenges associated with sustainability and CSR.
Food waste is one of the most pressing problems that the world is facing today. A whooping number of around 88 million tonnes of food are wasted annually only in the EU, with associated costs estimated at 143 billion euros.
This issue is not only an ethical and economical one, but it’s also an environmental one, since limited natural resources are highly endangered.
Each of us, both at an individual level and also at higher ones, plays an important role in preventing and reducing food waste. From farmers, food manufacturers, processors and producers, to those who sell food for consumption (small and big retailers, restaurants, hotels) and eventually consumers themselves, we are all responsible for our actions.
The “e-Mobility Weeks” campaign is the first one of its type in Romania and it’s dedicated to informing, educating and raising awareness on the benefits of ecological mobility.
The campaign also focuses on two of the most pressing environmental issues – CO2 emissions and climate change.
Numerous locations, countless hours of debates and a large number of participants are the main features of this campaign.
Finding the perfect balance between design, construction and the environments, along with gaining a deep understanding of a building’s life cycle are the real challenges for the specialists. Therefore, between the design teams, the architects, the engineers and the final client, must exist a close cooperation, all for the optimization of various elements regarding durability, utility and comfort.
”SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS – A STEP INTO THE FUTURE” conference aims to serve as a meeting platform for specialists to discuss the most recent trends in terms of sustainable building, to debate the regulations concerning the matter and to encourage a responsible approach towards the environment.
The pollution and energy problem expands each day. Where there is energy, there is also pollution, therefore, in order to reduce the pollution we have to reduce the energy consumption. It’s a compromise game, since people want to travel fast, which implies a growth of fuel consumption and bigger emissions of greenhouse gases.
Despite this, changes in mentality and technology are happening, faster than we expected. The eco cars are slowly, but firmly, penetrating the automobile market, to satisfy a growing demand.