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‘Youth 4 Sustainability’ Registration Opens

‘Youth 4 Sustainability’ Registration Opens

Registration are now open for the Youth 4 Sustainability (Y4S) Virtual Forum, a series of youth-led discussion which will be taking place the 18, 20 and 21 January.

The discussions are a part of a year-long programme led by the younger generation in the hope of creating a sustainable future.

The programme has an aim to engage about 50,000 people globally by 2030 with the help of active learning programmes.

Dr. Lamya Fawwaz, Executive Director of Brand & Strategic Initiatives at Masdar said, “The UAE has established itself as a global leader in the empowerment of youth, encouraging them to play an active role in the country’s development. The global Youth 4 Sustainability platform is committed to equipping young people around the world with the skills and experience they need to succeed in helping lead the sustainability agenda, one of the most important topics of our time.”

Those that choose to join will have the opportunity to attend a series of online panels, keynotes, workshops, roundtables and presentations featuring high-level speakers from around the world.

To register, visit www.abudhabisustainabilityweek.com

 



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