The CSR show, annual meeting of societal actors for the environment, as well as the public will be launched for July 6th and 7th.
Facilitate exchanges between players in the field of the environment, experts and the public. This is the vision that will serve as the breadcrumb trail for the eighth edition of the Social Responsibility (CSR) and Initiatives for Sustainable Development (SDI) Fair. This annual meeting will indeed be launched within two days. For next July 6 and 7 at the Novotel Alarobia, the private sector and biodiversity will be at the center of discussions. According to the organizers of this show: “This edition will be an opportunity to discuss the role of the private sector for the preservation of biodiversity, alongside other partners, with the central theme” private sector and biodiversity, opportunity or threat? “. At a time when threats to the environment are becoming more and more pressing, companies from both the public and private sectors have a great deal of responsibility with regard to the preservation of this famous biodiversity. This is why the organizers have chosen this relevant theme. “As climate and environmental issues have never been so visible and critical, they call on everyone to act […] Companies today have the responsibility to recognize their impact and their dependence on biodiversity and ecosystem services to ensure their sustainability,” confided the firm UR-CSR, organizer of the Show. During the two days of the RSE-IDD Show, the Schedule is quite extensive with the various activities planned by the organizers as well as the partners.
A busy program
Thematic conferences open to the public will be on the menu in addition to the round tables. One of the flagship activities of this eighth edition may also be the inter-university “pitch” or “pitch contest” for young project leaders. The aim here is to “involve young people from an early age”, according to the organizers. This exhibition will be sponsored by various ministries, including that of the environment and sustainable development, the ministry of fisheries and blue economy, the ministry of tourism but also the ministry of industrialization, trade and consumption. (MICC). As a media partner, L’Express de Madagascar will also publish this Thursday a special CSR booklet, on the occasion of the opening of the Show.