Business Opportunities inherent in Integrating Climate Action into Poverty Reduction Initiatives Webinar Happening Next Week

A webinar that will be highlighting business opportunities in challenges associated with integrating climate action into poverty reduction initiatives will be happening next week on January 20th 2022. 

As many should know, challenges exist such as 734 million people living on less than $1.90 a day. (United Nations), or climate change being a serious risk to poverty reduction and also threatening development efforts (OECD). However, even with these challenges, business opportunities do still exist. And these business opportunities are exactly what are going to be discussed in next week’s webinar. 

The webinar will also touch on both climate action and integrating climate action into poverty reduction activities. Climate action is an urgent action needed to combat climate change and its impacts, and these actions can be integrated into poverty reduction activities in various ways such as improving governance, or increasing the resilience of livelihoods and infrastructure. Additionally, the sustainable development goals that this webinar will be addressing are:

  • SDG 1: Ending Poverty in all of its forms Everywhere 
  • SDG 13: Taking Urgent Action to Combat Climate Change and its Impacts 

The speaker for this webinar is going to be Dr. Michael Borish, President of Michael Borish, and Company Inc. 

Meet the Speaker:

Michael Borish has more than 34 years of experience in strategic planning, banking and credit, financial sector policy, private sector development, housing finance and risk management. Most of his experience has been in overseas markets. He has an MBA from the University of Chicago and a PhD in Finance at Carleton University. He has managed his own consulting firm for more than 25 years and previously worked at the World Bank in Washington DC and as a consultant to numerous private sector firms and development finance institutions including the African Development Bank in Abidjan. 

The webinar will run for 1 hour 30 minutes, as an additional 30 minutes has been added to its length to allow for more panel discussions. And yes, you will have to buy Tickets! Tickets cost only $45 plus tax. Additionally, the recorded webinar will be made available only to attendees, and it will not be live-streamed. 
We look forward to seeing you there! 

Get your tickets now at the following link:

Leave a Reply