EY - 2014 Global Sustainability Summit

29-30 May 2014 Madrid, Spain

2014 Global Sustainability Summit

Creating value in the 21st century

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Climate change and sustainability are issues of great concern to both national and multinational companies as well for public institutions. In the coming years, organizations face increasing sustainability opportunities and challenges such as low-carbon transformation, trends in energy regulations, the development of new energy resources, value creation through sustainable management, and effective policies for resource-based commodities.

EY and the Ibero-American General Secretariat together are organizing the 3rd Global Sustainability Summit with the participation of leading representatives from governments, multi-lateral organizations, specialized agencies and the private sector.

The following speakers, who have confirmed, along with many others, include:

  • Eduardo Duhalde, Former President, Argentina
  • Jan Peter Balkenende, Former Prime Minister, Netherlands
  • José Manuel Soria, Minister of Industry, Energy and Tourism, Spain
  • María del Carmen Omonte, Minister of Women & Vulnerable Populations, Perú
  • Rebeca Grynspan, Ibero-American Secretary General
  • Federico Ramos de Armas, Secretary of State for Environment, Spain
  • Jesús Gracia Aldaz, Secretary of State for International Cooperation and Ibero-America, Spain
  • Enrique V. Iglesias, Former President, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
  • Josep Piqué, Vice–President and CEO OHL, Former Foreign Affairs Minister, Spain
  • María Eugenia Brizuela, Latin America Director of Corporate Sustainability, HSBC, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs, El Salvador
  • Laurence Tubiana, Special Representative of the French Minister of Foreign Affairs for the 2015 Paris Conference on Climate Change, France
  • HE Patrick Van Klaveren, Permanent Ambassador to the Environmental International Organizations, Monaco
  • José Manuel de la Sota, Cordoba State Governor, Argentina
  • Rômulo Gouveia, Paraiba State Vice- Governor, Brazil
  • Miguel Temboury Redondo, Deputy Secretary of Economy and Competitiveness, Spain
  • José Folgado, Chairman, Red Eléctrica de España, Spain