Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Grameen Bank founder Muhammad Yunus will be the main speaker, and we will hold an online international symposium again this year. Mr. Kohei Saito, Mr. Rika Sueyoshi, and Mr. Takeshi Nakajima will be on stage as panelists. We are planning to have a discussion on the ideal state of a new economy and society aiming for the “three zeros” of zero poverty, zero unemployment, and zero CO2 emissions.
It will be held from 19:00 on December 15 (Thursday), and you can apply from the following site. Ladies and gentlemen, please join us.
＊ Apply here: Peatix participation application site https://threezeros221215.peatix.com/view
<Purpose of holding>
Dr. Yunus, founder of Grameen Bank and founder of Grameen Bank to solve social issues through microfinance, has published a recent book, The World of Three Zeros, in light of the post-coronavirus society, the climate crisis such as global warming, and the world situation in turmoil following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Based on this, we will talk about “a new economy with zero poverty, zero unemployment, and zero CO2 emissions.” Mr. Kohei Saito, Mr. Takeshi Nakashima, and Ms. Rika Sueyoshi will participate in the panel discussion following Mr. Yunus’s lecture, and we will discuss what kind of society Japan should aim for in the future.
・ December 15, 2022 (Thursday) 19: 00-20: 30 (planned)
・Webinar and online symposium by Zoom (Capacity: 5,000 people)
・Construction Project Management System Council (CPDS)
・Environmental Future Forum (KMF)
・General Incorporated Association PPP Promotion Support Organization (OPPS) Co-sponsored by 3 corporations
・Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Urban Renaissance Agency, Japan International Cooperation Agency, United Nations Center for Regional Development, African Development Bank, Nikkei Inc., Nikkei Architecture, Nikkei Construction, other government offices, government agencies, etc. (planned)
・Index , Inc. , Index Consulting, Inc. , Index Strategy, Inc. , etc. (planned)
・Private companies, etc. (planned)