Vietnam is considered to be one of the countries most affected by climate change in the world: Climate change will not only affect Vietnam's natural eco-systems, but also the economy as well as the entire population at large. GreenBiz 2011 will be the no. 1 comprehensive event on green sustainable business solutions in Vietnam, taking place on 15-16 September at the White Palace Convention Center in Ho Chi Minh City. GreenBiz 2011 is targeted specifically at Vietnamese companies and the Vietnamese government, to support them with specific solutions to tackle climate change, energy issues and environmental challenges. GreenBiz 2011 will again attract leaders from government, business, NGOs and academia. In particular, GreenBiz 2011 will discuss sustainable cities, environmentally friendly technologies, green investments and sustainable strategies for transportation and manufacturing. GreenBiz 2011 will promote strategic business partnerships and strengthen commitments between Vietnamese and European companies, thereby creating a real business case for our exhibitors and visitors.
The GreenBiz 2011 Exhibition is Vietnam’s comprehensive exhibition on all aspects of cleaner business solutions and offers a unique opportunity to both present your technologies and network with other European and Vietnamese companies, decision makers from both the public and the private sectors, and expert professionals in the green field.
As such, it is the ideal platform to discuss real business opportunities as well as to position your company and promote your brand to a Vietnamese and International audience.
Professor Peter Droege is a well-known expert on the role of renewable energy within the fields of urban design, development and urban infrastructure. He has held a number of influential advanced energy research and policy positions: Asia Pacific Chair for the World Council for Renewable Energy (since 2001), Expert Commissioner for Cities and Climate Change of the World Future Council (since 2007).
“Peter Droege has spent much of his life to bridging one of the most startling gaps in contemporary culture - the vacuum between the energy blindness of mainstream urban policy and design, and the rarefied world of conventional fossil and nuclear energy policy” (European Association for Renewable Energy).
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