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OML Center joins inaugural Stanford Sustainability Summit

Kato Sarmiento, Communications Manager of the Oscar M. Lopez Center represented the Center at the inaugural Stanford Sustainability Summit (S-Cubed) organized by the Stanford Graduate School of Business in California.

The summit, held from July 8-9 (PDT), brought together 40 global changemakers from diverse sectors including entrepreneurship, innovative firms, non-government organizations, policymaking, and health & education.

The two-day event intends to gather solutions that address critical sustainability issues related to land use, agriculture, food security, biodiversity, biological preservation and conservation, freshwater and watersheds, population, poverty, environmental justice, climate, greenhouse gas removal, energy, the built environment, oceans, and sea-level rise.

Sarmiento was joined by other Filipino delegates: Quezon City Education Affairs Unit Head Maricris Veloso, Prime Infra Chief Administrative Officer Minerva Matibag, Manila Observatory Associate Director for Climate Policy and International Relations Tony La Viña, and Quezon City Government Mayor Joy Belmonte.

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