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British Embassy Warsaw announces UK-Poland Green Recovery Forum

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British Embassy Warsaw announces UK-Poland Green Recovery Forum

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The Forum will take place online on 28 October 2020 and look at challenges and opportunities for a green recovery from the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).

The economic recovery from COVID-19 presents new challenges for large parts of the world. As we recover, the decisions we make today will either lay the foundation for clean growth or lock-in polluting emissions for decades. We must embrace the opportunities offered by new, clean technology. We need to build back better.

To answer this need, British Embassy Warsaw is organising the UK-Poland Green Recovery Forum. The Green Recovery Forum will explore and showcase exciting new sectors that offer business opportunities to both countries. Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • discuss the main challenges and opportunities for shifting towards a clean growth model
  • learn about business opportunities on green finance
  • hydrogen and solar in Poland and in the UK
  • network with potential partners and clients in the field

The Forum will take place online on 28 October 2020 from 1pm to 4:30pm CET.

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