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13 June, 2024
 
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Green Agenda takes center stage in pursuit of sustainable living

Leaders and experts chart course for a planet-friendly future

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As the Green Agenda Cyprus Summit unfolds at the Hilton Hotel, the atmosphere buzzes with anticipation and determination. Against the backdrop of pressing global challenges, leaders from various sectors converge to chart a course towards a more sustainable future.

At the forefront of discussions are esteemed figures like Stella Kyriakides, the European Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, and Dr. Cameron Hepburn, Director of the Economics of Sustainability Program at Oxford University. Their insights illuminate the path forward with innovative solutions and actionable strategies.

From renewable energy production to sustainable agriculture practices, the summit delves into diverse avenues for mitigating environmental degradation and fostering resilience. Participants exchange insights on the far-reaching implications of climate change, spanning from its impact on human health to its economic ramifications.

Amidst the exchange of ideas, the role of governments and businesses in driving sustainability initiatives takes center stage. Participants emphasize the importance of collaborative efforts, highlighting the symbiotic relationship between environmental stewardship and economic prosperity.

Against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, the summit also underscores the interconnectedness of global challenges. Discussions delve into the lessons learned from the pandemic response and explore opportunities to build back better, with resilience and sustainability at the core.

As the summit progresses, optimism pervades the atmosphere, fueled by the collective resolve to confront shared challenges head-on. From innovative technologies to grassroots initiatives, participants are inspired to take decisive action in pursuit of a greener, more sustainable future for Cyprus and beyond.

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