Our economies need to deliver sustainable, affordable, inclusive outcomes to prepare ourselves for a greener tomorrow. Universal Business School International Research Conference, 2022 on ‘ Green economy –A Need for Sustainable Future’ intends to assemble leading researchers academia and practitioners from around the world to share their experiences and research results to address certain pressing challenges related to sustainability.
The conference aims to propagate ideas on sustainability and invites researchers, academician and industry experts to share their experiences on current and emerging trends in the area of green economy to bring about a balance of theoretical and practical implementation.Academic Partners: Cardiff Met University, UK, Suan Sunandha Rahabhat University. Thailand, Rostov State University of Economic, Russia, Lincoln University, UK, University of Economics, Bulgaria and Institute of ScholarsPublication Partner: South Asian Journal of Management, ABDC C Category JournalScope: Technology, Industry and Environment, Clean Energy, Circular Economy, Environmental Policy, Finance, Supply Chain & Transportation.
About the Conference Organizers
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A green economy is defined as low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive. In a green economy, growth in employment and income is driven by public and private investment into such economic activities, infrastructure and assets that allow reduced carbon emissions and pollution, enhanced energy and resource efficiency, and prevention of the loss of biodiversity and ecosystem services. These green investments need to be enabled and supported through targeted public expenditure, policy reforms and changes in taxation and regulation. UN Environment promotes a development path that understands natural capital as a critical economic asset and a source of public benefits, especially for poor people whose livelihoods depend on natural resources. The noon of green economy does not replace sustainable development, but creates a new focus on the economy, capital, infrastructure, employment and positive social and environmental outcomes across Asia and the Pacific.