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The Economist’s 2024 Sustainability Week Examines Human Flourishing and Environmental Progress

Motivated to reduce their environmental footprint, businesses from around the world will showcase their innovative breakthroughs at The Economist’s 2024 Sustainability Week in London on March 4th. 

This three-day event, which can be accessed virtually or in person, will include insights from over 150 experts across business, policy, and technology. Discussions will cover energy innovation, transparent supply chains, biodiversity and natural capital, green finance, and adaptation. 

Speakers at Sustainability Week include representatives from the UK’s energy efficiency and green finance office, BMW, IKEA, Uber, Chevron, and more. This year’s Sustainability Week will include interactive workshops on issues impacting CSOs, CFOs, and CPOs. The Economist will also host its first Energy Transition Summit which will focus specifically on addressing climate change through the lens of energy innovation. The Summit will include speakers from the Department of Energy, Toyota, and Rivian, among others. 

With clean energy and climate tech remaining a top priority for companies and businesses, The Economist’s 2024 Sustainability Week offers a chance to gain unique insights and strategies for how firms meet consumers’ needs, boost productivity, and meet sustainability goals. 

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