Caucasus Uni. Organise: “Week of Green Economy and Sustainable Development”

Tbilisi: Caucasus University of Georgia hold a seminar On November 24, 2023. The theme of the seminar was “Week of Green Economy and Sustainable Development”. This was aimed at enhancing the awareness on the importance of green and sustainable economic development.

It is specifically to be specifically mentioned that under Green Economy and Sustainable Development Week, many public lectures, seminars and debates aimed at raising awareness about the wise use of natural resources and reducing the negative impact on the environment, as well as promoting green skills among young people are being organised.

Notably, in the last few decades, the issue of climate change has become a burning topic throughout the globe. The international scientific community is very concerned about rising temperatures and melting glaciers, etc.

All of the above problems are being caused by the side effects of climate change. Academic, training and community organisations are hosting the seminar to make the general public aware of the issue of climate change.

Similarly, Governments of different countries, as well as non-governmental organisation across the globe, are also doing their best to prevent the growing threat of Climate change.

Under the framework of this seminar, many small-scale lectures were also held by the administration of Caucasus University. The last event held under this seminar was addressed by the invited speaker, Natela Lagurashvili. She spoke on the topic of: “Green entrepreneurship and workshop for students”.

She also said that the concept of corporate social responsibility must be utilised more efficiently to make the industries more sustainable.
The attendees and students of the seminar asked many queries on the topic of the seminar. The student’s queries were responded to by Natela Lagurashvili with a full explanation.

While underlying the need to green entrepreneurship she stated that this is the need of the hour to switch to green industrialisation at the global level.

She also said the threat of climate change is not confined to any particular country, region, or continent; on the contrary, all the regions on Earth have become vulnerable to the negative effects of climate change.

Moreover, she also said that this is not the proper time for the blame game but to share the responsibility with each other. All nations are duty-bound to share their experience and technology, which can be used to give a boost to green and sustainable entrepreneurship.

Zurab Kvaratskhelia

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