The Sustainable Innovation Forum 2023 returns for its 15th annual edition during COP, organised by Climate Action, bringing together 1,000 global sustainability leaders across all sectors including business, government, cities, finance, and civil society to promote transformative innovation and tangible climate action to help us go further, faster together.
Taking place from 4-5 December during COP28 within the Climate Action Innovation Zone at the Madinat Jumeirah Conference Centre in Dubai, this strategic location offers easy access to the Forum without requiring COP28 Blue Zone accreditation, ensuring an inclusive platform and gathering for all key stakeholders and decision-makers.
Don’t miss out on this chance to make a real impact at COP28. Show your commitment to the global sustainability and climate agenda by joining us. With multiple networking opportunities, it is an ideal opportunity to connect with climate leaders, pioneers and practitioners at COP.
Register now to secure your spot and join us in creating a sustainable and climate-resilient world.
How to Register: techUK is delighted to have limited complimentary passes for our members to attend the Sustainable Innovation Forum. You can apply for a pass here.. Contact Marketing and Partnerships Manager Rachel Cooper directly for the techUK code or with any questions at [email protected].
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