Ceylon Chamber to Organise Sri Lanka Climate Summit 2024 - Adaderana Biz English

Ceylon Chamber to Organise Sri Lanka Climate Summit 2024 – Adaderana Biz English

Code Purple – Weather Risks and Opportunities for Sri Lankan Businesses’

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce is happy to announce the inaugural Sri Lanka Local weather Summit 2024, themed “Code Pink: Weather Hazards and Opportunities for Sri Lankan Businesses” from May well 7-9 at the Shangri La Hotel, Colombo.

As Sri Lanka stands at a critical juncture with scientific consensus warning of the likely devastating repercussions of accelerating weather modify, the three-working day summit will discover the dual fact of local climate dangers and options. The weather summit will delve into the distinct weather threats Sri Lanka faces, highlighting the prospective disruptions to important economic sectors. It will also discover the transformative electrical power of climate motion for Sri Lankan businesses. By embracing sustainable practices and modern methods, Sri Lankan corporations can not only mitigate challenges but also unlock environmentally friendly expansion options.

The celebration will convey together all stakeholders to create a dialogue that will lead to establishing a Local climate Motion Strategy. This approach is envisaged to drive eco-friendly advancement and local climate motion in conditions of adaptation and mitigation of local climate threats.

About a few times the Summit will attract on the insights of renowned national and global authorities in the fields of community and climate plan, academics, sector veterans and foremost personalities in the local climate action cost, to investigate climate hazards, possibilities, and the facilitation expected to mitigate dangers and successfully leverage advancement alternatives.

Periods will protect a gamut of subjects ranging from Understanding the Weather Disaster, Hazards to Organization,  Integrating Climate Motion into Company Tactic, and Decarbonisation, to addressing Weather Action Guidelines and checking out field-certain tactics to facilitate Sri Lanka’s journey in direction of being a sustainability center of excellence.

The Summit will close with a presentation on critical insights and takeaways, adopted by a discussion on commitments and subsequent actions for Sri Lanka’s inexperienced economic changeover.

For inquiries and registration, please call Niroshini on 0115588852/[email protected] or Nimali on 0115588892/[email protected],  or pay a visit to