A growing population means that the world’s finite resources of energy, water and land will be stretched and the impact of climate change will be felt acutely. The sustainable growth and efficient use of these elements to guard against future climate impact is crucial.
- How renewable and integrated energy infrastructure, efficient use of water and land use can vastly reduce our carbon output on the road to a sustainable future
- Local and global solutions to ensure low-carbon resource availability to a growing population in need of energy, food and water
- How to enable integrating thinking between sectors to enable resource management, waste reduction and the creation of a circular economy.
- Moderator: Sandrine Dixson-Decleve, Director, University of Cambridge Programme for Sustainability Leadership (CPSL)
- Fernando Zavala Lombardi, Managing Director Peru, SABMiller, former Minister of Economy and Finance, Peru
- Maria Helena Semedo, Assistant Director-General, FAO
- Luis Fernando Alarcón, Chief Executive Officer, ISA
- Carlos d’Arce Junior, Marketing Director for Latin America Region, New Holland Agriculture
- José da Costa Carvalho Neto, Chair of the Programme Committee of the World Energy Council and Chief Executive Officer of Eletrobras
- Peter Holmgren, Director General, CIFOR