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Circular Economy Webinars
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In partnership with the United Nations Global Compact Network, Nigeria, Sterling Bank, and the Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance, Sterling One Foundation holds discussions to drive the transition towards a circular economy in Nigeria.
The webinar series will stimulate conversations among critical stakeholders in the industry in order to foster collaboration efforts among the value chain players this United Nations declared Decade of Action.
About the Webinar Series
This webinar series come against the backdrop of the pandemic and the recently declared code red emergency on environmental sustainability by the UN. It will examine how the nation can build back strongly leveraging partnerships and new forms of economic production and consumption which maintain and regenerate environmental resources. It will also highlight how we can build a well-functioning economy that generates well-being and prosperity for all its people through a gradual transition to a circular economy.
The Foundation joined over 180 countries globally to take action in commemoration of the World Clean-Up Day 2021 by hosting the inaugural webinar themed Beyond Cleanup: Implementing Sustainable Actions for Achieving a Circular Economy in Nigeria. It was held on Thursday, 16th of September 2021 at 11am, West Central African time.
The line-up of speakers and facilitators include Matthieu Seguin, the Chairman, Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance and the Managing Director of Nigerian Bottling Company; Desmond Majekodunmi, a multiple award-winning environmentalist and the Founder and Executive Director, Lekki Urban Forestry and Animal Shelter Initiative; Naomi Nwokolo, Executive Director of the United Nations Global Compact, Nigeria and Dele Faseemo, Group Head, Energy – Power, Oil and Gas and Renewable Energy, Sterling Bank.
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