Global carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels and cement have increased and hit a new record high of 36.6bn tonnes of CO2 in 2022. Four years of progress against poverty have been erased by Covid-19. More than ever, we must trigger strong and viable mechanisms to make the world a place we want to live in.

Since 2015 the UN Sustainable develepement goals have defined a path to this fair, healthy and sustainable world. One of the main challenges is to make our economical models converge towards those practices.

The Sustainable Economy Forum aims at gathering Economic and political leaders to assess what have been done and what will have to be done in terms of sustainable development, sector by sector. It will materialize the corporations contributions to the global goals meeting.

The Sustainable Economy Forum is built with its partners, a group of companies for which climate and social impact is as important as the financial result. We consider that the main entities able to change the way we produce and consume are companies and this is why the Sustainable Economy Forum is built by and around them.

One of the main objectives will be to define harmonized metrics to measure corporation efforts to meet Global Goals and to create a permanent debate space between institutions and companies about Sustainable practices and the corresponding regulatory framework.

Besides this goal, 12 topics will be studied by The Sustainable Economy experts with, as conclusion, a 2 days workshop during the annual event on the 6th and the 7th of November.

Circular economy

The circular economy is an economic concept that aims to minimize the waste of resources by using sustainable methods of production and consumption.

Smart cities

The concept of a « Smart city » has been gaining popularity in recent years, with cities around the world looking to integrate technology and data.

Renewable energies

Renewable energies have become an increasingly important topic in the quest for sustainable development across the globe. As the world shifts away from fossil fuels…

Precision agriculture

Precision agriculture is an innovative farming practice that seeks to optimize crop yields and minimize resource usage.

Responsible tourism

Tourism is one of the largest industries in the world, generating trillions of dollars in revenue each year. However, traditional tourism has often been criticized.

Inclusive growth in Sahel

The Sahel region, located in Africa, faces numerous challenges, including poverty, conflict, and environmental degradation.

Clean and Responsible mining

The mining industry has been one of the driving forces of economic growth and development throughout history, providing the essential raw materials…


Clean and accessible water is a fundamental need for all living beings, yet many people around the world lack access to this basic resource. 

Blockchain and Carbon

The increasing levels of carbon emissions and resulting climate change have become a significant challenge for our planet.

Ethical and green finance

Ethics and green finance are two concepts that are increasingly being integrated into the world of finance. The financial industry is facing challenges…

Corporate Social Responsibility

In an era where environmental and social concerns have gained significant prominence, it is crucial for businesses to demonstrate authentic commitment to sustainable practices. 

Fossil fuels

As we strive to meet global climate goals and transition towards a low-carbon economy, the need to decarbonize fossil fuel production has become paramount.