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Event The Green Economy Roadmap: A guide for business, policymakers and society

by Martina Bianchini
Chair of the ICC Green Economy Task Force

The Aurelio Peccei Lectures & Dialogues - Enquiries on the Challenges of the 21st Century
88th Lecture

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Period 30/01/2014
Event location Royal Academy of Belgium Hertogstraat 1 rue Ducale B-1000 Brussels. RUBENS room, entrance A
Host The Club of Rome EU Chapter, Deloitte
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The International Chamber of Commerce developed a Global Roadmap for Green Economy, which is now moving into its implementation phase.
Martina Bianchini is Vice Chair of the ICCC Environment and Energy Commission. She led the development of the Roadmap. A Full member of the CoR-EU, she is an independent advisor and facilitator, enhancing collaboration on the business government interface. She is former Vice President of EU Government Affairs & Public Policy for the Dow Chemical Company and Head of their EU Liaison Office in Brussels Belgium (2001-2013). In this capacity, she shaped EU and global industry advocacy strategies on priority policy areas across the value chain. As business and industry delegate to the EU, UN and OECD, she worked on creating enabling policy frameworks that foster innovation and competitiveness into the direction of sustainable development. She was actively involved in the UN CSD Process, the UNEP Governing Council and has attended the Johannesburg (Rio+10) and Rio Summits (Rio+20) in June 2012.

Access is free, but prior electronic registration compulsory. Drinks are free for Full members. Guests are requested to pay 15 € p.p. by bank transfer on account BE16 7470 0377 8074 before 28 January 2014.

The lectures are delivered by distinguished expert speakers with various backgrounds. They are followed by a dialogue with the audience. Drinks and informal get together afterwards allow for networking and exchanges of views. The cycle of lectures is named after Aurelio Peccei (1908-1984), co-founder of The Club of Rome in 1968. An initiative of The Club of Rome EU Chapter, in partnership with The Club of Rome International Centre.

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