Join Dr Bela Arora from Manchester Met Business School in Conversation with Steve Kenzie, the CEO of the UN Global Compact Network UK for a short engaging discussion around what we can do to save our planet before it's too late. There will be opportunities to ask questions or just share your own stories or experiences.
The climate emergency requires swift action and this event will explore how a joined-up and inter-disciplinary approach is the only way forward. The United Nations Global Compact is the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative and Manchester Metropolitan University is proud to be a signatory. Dr Bela Arora will Chair an online and interactive discussion with Steve Kenzie, to reflect on COP26 and explore the work of businesses, universities and civil society in tackling climate change together.
Dr Bela Arora from Manchester Met Business School with Steve Kenzie from the UN Global Compact Network
This event will be of interest to anyone who is passionate about climate change and the ways in which we can help tackle this emergency together
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