….. As Crown University Int’l Chartered Inc., VC, Prof Sir Bashiru Aremu Commends United Nations Global Compact Academy On Recognition.
….United Nations Global Compact Academy Says, Environment, Social Activities Has Relationships With Our Economy.
By Victor Bieni, Asaba
UNESCO Laureate, Prof. Sir Bashiru Aremu has been invited by the United Nations Global Compact Academy to have conversation with Sharan Burrow, General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation on how to enable a just transition scheduled to take place on October 27th, 2022 as global trade unionists, experts set to brainstorm on the imperativeness, relationships between climate crisis, human, social activities, economic growth and development.
The globally acclaimed Professor of Computer Science, Information Communication Technology made this remark today being on Saturday, 8th day of October, 2022 in press statement personally signed him, which was made available to newsmen in Asaba, Delta State capital by the VC’s Executive Assistant On Communication Matters, Comrade Sir Bieni Victor Emenike as His Excellency, Prof Sir Bashiru Aremu commends United Nations Global Compact Academy on invitation, global recognition and initiative towards global environmental sustainability; finding Solutions to global climate crisis, and reinvigoration of the global economy.
According to UNESCO Laureate, Prof Sir Bashiru Aremu, The United Nations Global Compact Academy letter reads in parts: “We invite you to join us on 27 October 2022 for our next Change maker episode featuring Sharan Burrow, General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation. Representing 200 million workers around the world, Burrow advocates for the essential role of labor movements in shaping a just transition to a low-carbon economy. During this candid 30-minute conversation, you will discover”:
“What a just transition looks like, the political and social momentum needed to make it a reality, and how business leaders can contribute. Practical ways in which businesses can apply just transition principles in a coordinated and just way. How a just transition translates to more sustainable business, a reinvigorated license to operate, and other strategic advantages for your organization. We invite you to register for the session that works best for your timezone”.
“Overview: In this Changemakers episode, Sharan Burrow shows how we can simultaneously address the climate crisis and the social crisis, which is marked by record levels of inequality and distrust. A commitment to both environmental sustainability and shared prosperity means abandoning economic patterns that fail people and the planet, but it also translates to more sustainable business, a reinvigorated license to operate, and other strategic advantages”.
“Sharan Burrow has been the General Secretary of the International Trade Union Confederation since 2010, representing 200 million workers around the world. In her role, she advocates for the essential role of labor movements in shaping a just transition to a low-carbon economy. In this Changemaker session, Sanda Ojiambo, Assistant Secretary-General and CEO of the UN Global Compact, speaks candidly with Sharan about what a just transition needs to look like, the political and social momentum needed to make it a reality, and what business leaders can learn from her experience”.
“During this session you will learn about: Sharan’s background, how it informs her perspective and inspires her work. What just transition means, and what drives Sharan toward this goal. How our climate and social challenges are interrelated, and practical ways in which businesses can apply just transition principles to address them in a coordinated and just way. Sharan’s take on what future-proof leadership skills and characteristics look like”.
“The arranged timing for the program:Session 1: 27 October 2022, 9am BST (London)
Session 2: 27 October 2022, 10:00 a.m. ET (New York).
SESSION 1: 27 October, 9:00 a.m. (London) | 3:00 p.m. (Bangkok). (Featuring live interpretation in French). SESSION 2: 27 October, 10:00 a.m. (New York) | 4:00 p.m. (Cape Town)
(Featuring live interpretation in Spanish and Portuguese)”.