Global Sustain 'Yearbook 2013/14 - Beyond borders'
from high-profile global οrganisations
The forthcoming Global Sustain Yearbook
2013/14 is rapidly gaining momentum. The 7th Yearbook is a
highly-respected, international multi-stakeholder album with a global
audience of key stakeholders and distribution in over 50 countries.
This year, Global Sustain having chosen
for its 7th Yearbook the theme "Beyond Borders"
is expecting a total of 40 guest authors (leading CEOs, top policy makers
and world-renown experts) and 25 participating corporations (sustainability
leaders in their line(s) of business) from around the world to confirm
their space in the new Yearbook.
Some of the confirmed
international guest authors and organisations to date, include:
· H.E. Abdalla S.
Secretary General, OPEC, Austria
· Mukhisa Kituyi,
Secretary-General, UN Conference on Trade and Development, Switzerland
· Koji Sekimizu,
Secretary-General, UN International Maritime Organisation, U.K.
· Taleb Rifai,
Secretary-General, UN World Tourism Organisation, Spain
· Robert-Jan Smits, Director
General, European Commission DG Research & Innovation, Belgium
Director, Head of Competitiveness Research, Roberto Crotti, Quantitative
Economist & Manager, Global Competitiveness and Benchmarking Network,
World Economic Forum, Switzerland
· Kelly Bricker, Chair of the
Board of Directors, The Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), U.S.A.
· Mardi McBrien, Managing
Director, Climate Disclosure Standards Board, U.K.
· Mike Herrington, Executive
Director, Global Entrepreneurship Research Association, South Africa
CEO, Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises, Greece
· Ron Cörvers, Director,
International Centre for Integrated Assessment and Sustainable Development
(ICIS), Maastricht University, The Netherlands
· Mari Kuraishi, Dennis
Whittle, Co-Founders, Global Giving Foundation, U.S.A.
· KoAnn Vikoren
Founder & CEO, Sustainable Brands, U.S.A.
· Joseph Mancuso, CEO, CEO CLUBS
· Jeffrey D. Klein, President
& CEO, The Global FoodBanking Network, U.S.A.
· Renate Christ, Secretary, The
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Switzerland
· Sune Skadegaard
CEO & Senior Partner, GLOBAL CSR, Denmark
Founder & CEO, Global Thinkers Forum, U.K.
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