Aberje and King’s College’s Brazil Institute promote webinar with Klabin’s CEO
Global leaders will meet this November in Glasgow to further solutions to climate change for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change 2021, also known as COP26.
To address the issue, Aberje and the King’s Brazil Institute are bringing special guests to another blended webinar on October 7. The international online seminar is part of the Brazil and UK debate series: Dialogues and Narratives – COP26: Challenges, Goals, and Actions
On occasion, academia, the private sector, and civil society experts will provide an in-depth overview of vital COP26 themes. The Blended Webinar will gather the CEO of Klabin, Cristiano Teixeira; the Director of Sustainability at King’s College London, Kat Thorne; and Professor of International Management and Sustainability at King’s College London Business School, Juliane Reinecke. The event will be moderated by the King’s Brazil Institute director, Vinícius Mariano de Carvalho, and the researcher from the University of Essex and collaborator at Aberje, Sebastián Ronderos.
The partnership combines the work of Aberje – in its mission to strengthen the role of communication and communicators – with the expertise of one of the most renowned institutions in the world, King’s College London. As with previous events, it will be possible to submit questions – until October 4 – which will be selected and answered in the live webinar.
Blended Webinar Brazil – United Kingdom: Dialogues and Narratives – COP26: Challenges, Goals, and Actions
Date: October 7:
Schedule: 10-11 am
Local: Aberje channel on YouTube
You can enroll here