During the event organized, among others under the auspices of the National Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, as well as the UN Global Compact Network in Poland, eminent experts from the world of science and business will discuss the implementation and implementation of the SDGs in the context of global activities as well as local initiatives.

Progress in climate change is the trend that has the greatest negative consequences for the world’s future. The Sustainable Economy Summit is a unique event that defines new development paths with consideration of business values ​​along with responsibility for the well-being of the planet.

We demonstrate leaders of change and opportunities to reduce the negative impact of business activities on the environment.

During two days of panel discussions, we will address the following issues:

  • Climate neutrality
  • circular economy
  • Renewable energy sources
  • sustainable construction
  • Green Investment Finance
  • Corporate Social Responsibility

The conference will be attended by representatives of companies from many sectors of the economy, as well as many government and non-profit organizations and representatives of academic universities.

In addition to panel discussions, special guests will give their speeches:

Complete Wyszkowski – Director of the United Nations Global Compact Network in Poland – the initiative of the United Nations Secretary-General. Expert in the field of United Nations and European Union policies, in particular in the field of activities in the field of business-management interaction and the involvement of the private sector in the implementation of United Nations goals and standards. Specialist in development cooperation, multilateral cooperation and knowledge transfer. As a staff member at the United Nations he deals with economic diplomacy, social and economic innovation, social economics and designing developmental leaps. At the international level, he is involved in promoting cooperation between representatives of the Global Compact Initiative in countries of Europe, the CIS, Africa and the Middle East in areas such as anti-corruption measures and innovation in the interaction of science, business and transport corridors, with a particular focus on the Baltic Sea Basin. Specialist and practitioner dealing with development aid, multilateral cooperation and knowledge transfer.

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a. man standing – British professor, social researcher, economist, specializing in development research. Graduate of the University of Sussex (Bachelor), University of Illinois (Master) and Cambridge University (PhD). He is a professor at University College London and is one of the co-founders of the Basic Income Earth Network. Author of several publications, including. Work After Globalization: Building Professional Citizenship (2009), Prikariat. New Dangerous Class (2014, Polish Edition 2018) The corruption of capitalism: why income earners thrive and work doesn’t pay. London: Biteback. and Basic Income. How we can make it work (Polish 2021 edition).

a. Wittold Orofsky – Member of the Economic Council of the Prime Minister.

Founder of the independent center for economic research NOBE, chief economic advisor to PwC Poland, lecturer in the field of macroeconomics, and author of numerous books and scientific publications in this field. Since 2003, he has been Director of the Business School of Warsaw University of Technology. He is the author of several books, author or co-author of more than 100 scientific publications (published in Poland, USA, Great Britain, France, Austria and Germany), author of more than 50 publications in the Polish press and co-author of four World Bank reports.

The Summit on Sustainable Economy is held once a year and in 8 years has succeeded in achieving the status of one of the most important conference events in Poland on the topic of sustainable development and corporate social responsibility.

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