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Join us in crafting a sustainable corporate world. Now.

15th November 2024, 8.00 to 19.00, Zurich

Global Sustainability Solutions Summit  

Interact and innovate to have a real impact on biodiversity and climate! 

Why should we care about creating an equitable and nature-positive future? What specific actions can companies take to make significant and lasting contributions to our society? At this first Global Sustainability Solution Summit, co-organized by EBP, ETH Zurich and the UN Global Compact Network Schweiz & Liechtenstein, we will take an in-depth look at the current challenges and needs of businesses in sustainability and discuss and create sustainable solutions together. We believe that we can solve the world’s most pressing challenges only through a multi-stakeholder dialogue. Be part of our Global Sustainability Solutions Summit and join us in crafting solutions with a measurable and lasting impact. Let us act together. Now. 


Program

Breakout sessions
  • What youth expects from private companies
  • Solutions in Biodiversity
  • Solutions in Climate 
Accompanied by
Lunch and Apero buffet 
Art performance 
Keynote Speakers
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Lindsay MacIver Zingg
Head of Corporate Sustainability, Georg Fischer AG

Lindsay MacIver Zingg is the Head of Corporate Sustainability at Georg Fischer, a global leader in industrial solutions. Lindsay has been working in the sustainability field for over 25 years, starting from the oil and gas industry and then moving to the logistics sector, where she led the global certification processes for two of the world's largest logistics providers. She also initiated and implemented several programs to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve health and safety performance, and enhance social responsibility. Lindsay is passionate about driving positive change and impact through sustainability.

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Max Kimmlingen
Vice President of Student Sustainability Committee, ETH Zurich

Max Kimmlingen, is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Atmospheric and Climate Science at ETH Zurich. While his studies focus on climate, Max's personal perception of sustainability is broader. His interest in sustainability began as a teenager when he joined Athenée Action Humanitaire, an NGO based in Luxembourg with humanitarian missions in South Africa, Cape Verde, and Greece, focusing on the self-sustenance of disadvantaged communities. Max currently is the Vice President of the Student Sustainability Committee at ETH Zurich, and wants to become part of the change towards a sustainable world.

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Dr. Cyril Brunner
Scientific Project Manager of SPEED2ZERO, ETH Zurich

Cyril Brunner is the scientific project manager of the SPEED2ZERO project of the ETH Zurich which aims to make a direct contribution for Switzerland in achieving its international and national climate targets, securing its energy supply and restoring its biodiversity. Cyril is in frequent exchange with stakeholders from politics, administration, the private sector, the media, associations and NGOs. His areas of expertise are CO2 removal, net-zero strategies and emissions that are difficult to avoid. As a lecturer, Cyril is enthusiastically involved in teaching climate protection at ETH Zurich.

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Dr. Andreas Zysset
Head of Environment + Water, EBP Schweiz AG

Andreas Zysset is heading the Environment and Water Division at EBP Schweiz AG. Through many different projects across the world over the past 30 years, Andreas gained a profound insight into the institutional and regulatory framework of the environment and water sector in a great variety of countries. He advises corporates in Switzerland and abroad on restoring the balance to the global commons and harnessing the opportunities this presents, in particular by means of the Science Based Targets for Nature Methodology. Andreas strongly believes in the role the private sector can play for a sustainable world.


Venue

EBP Schweiz AG 
Eingang Mühlebachstrasse 11 
8032 Zürich 

Anfahrt

We recommend traveling by public transport.
The venue is a 5-minute walk from the train station Stadelhofen. There are no parking spaces available at the venue.

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