WUSME attending at COP26

WUSME attended COP26, the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, which took place this year under the presidency of the United Kingdom in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November 2021. World leaders met there to discuss the issues of climate change and the need to adopt common policies aimed at environmental sustainability.
WUSME President Barbara Terenzi, Vice President India Dr. Joginder Singh Juneja and Board Member Michel Fossaert were members of the delegation attending the Conference.

At the end of the two weeks, the States present at the climate conference adopted the “Glasgow Pact” to accelerate the fight against climate change (zero emissions globally by 2050 and aim to limit the increase in temperatures to 1,5°C) and thus outline the basis for its future.
WUSME aims at encouraging small and medium enterprises to fight against global warming and help them identify useful solutions for a successful climate transition and adaptation, through training, technological innovation and adoption of good practices. SMEs can significantly contribute to climate change resilience by implementing the policies, directives and guidelines provided by institutions, as well as developing new business opportunities in the context of a sustainable, innovative and decarbonised global economy.

Photo No.1: COP26 (photo ISPI)
Photo No.2: WUSME President Barbara Terenzi, Vice President India Dr. Joginder Singh Juneja, Board Member Michel Fossaert and WUSME General Secretary Norbert W. Knoll-Dornhoff


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