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Developing Human Capital for Sustainable Economies

Developing Human Capital for Sustainable Economies

The conference will discuss key emerging issues related to global warming and the emergence of the green economy, impacts on human capital management, and effective initiatives needed to develop and manage human capital for the next economies – the green economies.

27-28 May 2010 | Karlsruhe, Germany

This event will bring together academia, sustainable development practitioners, members of government organisations, international development agencies and industry, environmental management experts, human resource professionals, economists, corporate advisors, business analysts, policy makers, and other stakeholders to discuss key emerging issues including:
-Climate change and the emergence of the green economy;
-Challenges and opportunities in the era of pro-environment regulatory framework and green consumerism;
-How is the transformation from high to low carbon and sustainable economy impacting human capital management; and
-Developing and managing human capital for the green economy.

03.05.2016
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