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Manuel Pulgar Vidal

Manuel Pulgar Vidal

Global Leader Climate Change, WWF, President of COP20 in Peru

With 30 years of experience in environmental law and policy, he served as Minister of Environment of Peru (2011 to 2016) and President of UNFCCC’s COP20. In 1986 he founded the Peruvian Society for Environmental Law, an influential institution in Latin American, serving as its Executive Director for 20 years.

Mr Pulgar-Vidal holds a law degree from Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú –where he is professor- and has concluded studies for a Master’s in Business Law at Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas.

He is also a board member of Forest Trends, Amazon Conservation Association and Consultative Member of the Carbon Institute.

Participates in the sessions:

  • Sustainable development – one idea, three perspectives

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    Sustainable development – one idea, three perspectives

    • The idea of sustainable development in practice. Achievements and directions
    • The role of the state and law in supporting sustainable development. National and EU regulations
    • What does ‘sustainable economy’ mean? Business versus the environment
    • Green corporate strategies. Producer responsibility in practice
    • Informed consumers. New models of market behaviour in the era of ecodevelopment
    • How to create goods and services based on natural renewable resources?
    • How, if at all, should non-renewable resources be used? Self-restraint and alternatives
    • Technologies and innovations for sustainable development

    Sustainable development – one idea, three perspectives

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