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13 June, 2024
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Green transition: Cyprus in the spotlight

Leaders from Cyprus's business community and international experts gather

Press Release

The first "Green Agenda Cyprus Summit," organized by the Digital Agenda Cyprus Summit and the newspaper "KATHIMERINI," was a resounding success. The event took place at the Hilton Hotel in Nicosia.

The conference aimed to bolster Cyprus's green transition efforts, aspiring to make the country a model of ecological lifestyle and sustainable development.

Prominent leaders from Cyprus's business community attended the summit, discussing and emphasizing the significance of the green transition. Leading international speakers and experts on environmental, sustainability, and energy issues presented innovative ideas and actions to inspire attendees. The government's presence was notable, as officials were invited to share their vision and actions for green transition and sustainability.

Key discussions and presentations focused on climate action, the risks of climate change, and its impact on people's lives, the environment, the banking system, industry, real estate, and the insurance sector. Additionally, sustainability, energy, and the protection and development of green spaces were central topics.

Major pillars of the conference included renewable energy production, storage and optimal smart energy distribution, financing the green transition, the connection between health and the environment, reducing the ecological footprint, the evolution of the food production chain, and waste management.

The "Green Agenda Cyprus Summit," powered by Fameline Holding Group, was supported by the Central Bank of Cyprus. Platinum Sponsors included the Bank of Cyprus, Hellenic Bank, Eurobank, Alpha Bank, and Astrobank. Gold Sponsors were EY and Dark Horse Cyta, while Silver Partners were Sklavenitis, AUDI, and Invest Cyprus. Energy Partners included Eunice Energy Group and Green Energy Group.

The conference was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development, and Environment.

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