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Global Sustain presented the Yearbook 2016/17 in Berlin
Global Sustain proudly presented the 10th Yearbook entitled “The Energy (R)evolution”. The presentation took place on Tuesday, Νovember 7th, 2017, at the unique and innovative new space of SRH Berlin University (SRH Startup Lab), in Berlin, in the presence of business leaders and Global Sustain stakeholders.
This year's carbon neutral edition had participations from organizations such as the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), the UN Sustainable Energy for All, the World Energy Council and the European Commission.
Mr. Yannis Salavopoulos, Managing Director, Global Sustain GmbH, welcomed the attendees and presented this year’s edition with reference to its articles and its contributors.
The event, which was attended by more than 40 senior business executives and organizations, closed by networking reception.
About the Yearbook series
Yearbook series aim at highlighting critical sustainability issues and constitute a catalyst for constructive dialogue and positive change. This annual global publication is trusted by top companies and important stakeholders from all around the world. Each year, Global Sustain selects a topic of universal interest relevant to the people-planet-profit concept and analyses all the aspects through the views of internationally renowned personalities, business leaders, politicians, visionaries and academia. Industry opinion formers and decision makers across the world contribute with policy and business intelligence to the publication, while leading corporations showcase their best practices and flagship products and services in the sustainability field. The hard copy publication is presented every year in special events and venues, with high level participants and is distributed to a worldwide targeted audience. To date, Yearbooks have been distributed in more than 50 countries on 5 continents, profiling more than 200 CEOs.