Register now for free and secure your spot for the 21 virtual sessions in programme, including 3 high-level plenaries and 18 European SDG Roundtables. The event will see the participation of +100 C-level speakers, including EU Commissioners Nicolas Schmit & Mariya Gabriel. 

From 10-12 October, the European SDG Summit “Together for an Inclusive Green Deal” will bring together +100 sustainability leaders worldwide to accelerate the journey towards climate neutrality and the adoption of an inclusive approach to the green and digital transition. Confirmed speakers include EU Commissioners Nicolas Schmit and Mariya Gabriel, Ilham Kadri, CEO Solvay, Francesco Starace, CEO Enel, Camille Putois, CEO of Business for Inclusive Growth (OECD), and many more. 

The event will be hosted by CSR Europe – the European Business Network for Corporate Sustainability & Responsibility – virtually. Register now for free to have access to all the 21 sessions in programme, including high-level plenaries and 18 European SDG Roundtables to scale up collaborative action towards a Social and Green Deal.  

Highlight of the event will be the launch of the European Business Roadmap for Just Transition and the second edition of the European Sustainable Industry Barometer at the opening plenary on the 10th of October. The Roadmap – developed by the CSR Europe People Leaders Hub in collaboration with BCG – supports enterprises in the strategic direction, methodologies, and tools to embed Just Transition within their purpose, strategy, and operations. The Barometer, on the other hand, provides data on the sustainability level and maturity of European businesses, with a focus on the social dimension of their ESG efforts, demonstrating the progresses made and where additional efforts are needed.  

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The European SDG Summit virtual platform is set to be launched on 26 September.  From that date onwards, registered participants will be able to start networking and exploring the resources available on the “CSR Toolbox” page of the platform. 

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