The Future Sustainability Forum in Dubai in 2023 is a fantastic opportunity for individuals and organizations interested in sustainability and environmental, social, and governance topics. The theme for the 2023 forum, “Advancing ESG and Net-Zero Ambitions by 2050,” is timely and critical. This theme reflects the global commitment to combat climate change and emphasizes the importance of ESG practices in achieving sustainability goals.
The forum boasts an impressive lineup of speakers, including H.E. Mariam Bint Mohammed Saeed Hareb AlMheiri, the Minister of Climate Change and Environment in the UAE; Laila Abdullatif, the Director General of Emirates Nature WWF UAE; Arif Amiri, CEO of DIFC; Quincia Gumbs-Marie, Minister of Sustainability, Innovation and Environment, Government of Anguilla; Laila Mostafa Abdullatif, Director General of Emirates Nature-WWF; Dr. Aaesha Alnuaimi is the Director of the Innovation Centre at Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA); Ghiwa Nakat, Executive Director at Greenpeace MENA; Steve Lutes, Vice President of Middle East Affairs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Dr. Adib Moubadder, CEO Emirates District Cooling; Satya S. Tripathi, Secretary-General of the Global Alliance for a Sustainable Planet, amidst others. These speakers represent both government and non-governmental perspectives, providing a well-rounded view of sustainability efforts.
The range of topics to be discussed at the forum covers various aspects of sustainability. From the role of finance in climate action to the private sector’s contribution and the significance of innovation, attendees can expect to gain insights into the multifaceted nature of sustainability. Networking opportunities can also lead to lasting connections and potential collaborations.
The forum will take place on October 4-5, 2023, at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) in Dubai, UAE. The early bird registration deadline is September 30, 2023. Early registration is advisable to secure your spot and potentially benefit from reduced registration fees.