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The Congress is committed to embodying Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles throughout its operations, reflecting our dedication to responsible corporate citizenship. Our ESG policy is designed to integrate sustainability considerations into every aspect of our congress, ensuring that our actions align with our values and contribute positively to society and the environment.


At the heart of our ESG policy lies our commitment to fostering social responsibility. The Congress endeavors to support initiatives that benefit society and its people, recognizing the interconnectedness of our actions with broader social impacts. Attendees are encouraged to actively engage in various activities aimed at contributing to the betterment of society and the well-being of fellow human beings, fostering a sense of fulfillment and purpose.


The Congress is dedicated to advancing the values of sustainability and environmental stewardship. We recognize the urgent need to address environmental challenges and strive to minimize the environmental footprint of our event through proactive measures and initiatives. From the initial planning stages to the execution of the congress, and throughout the duration of the event, sustainability remains a central focus.

Key sustainability measures include:

  • Emphasizing the selection of local suppliers to reduce the carbon footprint associated with long-distance transportation of goods and personnel.
  • Adopting a paperless approach wherever possible, minimizing printing and embracing digital alternatives to reduce paper waste.
  • Implementing contactless check-in procedures for delegates and congress visitors to enhance efficiency and reduce physical interactions.
  • Prioritizing energy-efficient solutions such as LED lighting and screens to minimize energy consumption during the event.
  • Limiting the number and diversity of amenities to reduce waste generation and promote resource conservation.
  • Partnering with catering services that offer compost food and waste programs, supporting sustainable practices in food management.
  • Selecting seasonal and regional food options for catering to promote local agriculture and reduce the carbon footprint associated with food transportation.
  • Encouraging delegates to prioritize sustainable transportation options, such as walking, cycling, or using public transportation such as metro, hybrid buses, trolleybuses, and trams, to minimize the environmental impact of travel to and from the event venue.

Through these concerted efforts, the Congress aims to set a precedent for responsible event management, inspiring stakeholders and participants to embrace sustainability principles and contribute to building a more resilient and equitable future for all.