The Congress Park Radisson Collection Hotel Moscow to host the Sustainable Development Forum “Common Future 2019”
Place: The Congress Park Radisson Collection Hotel Moscow
The Congress Park Radisson Collection Hotel Moscow will host the Sustainable Development Forum “Common Future 2019” on October 25. According to the organizing committee, the agenda of the event includes 17 global goals, the achievement of which will make it possible to change the world for the better. One of the forum’s key speakers will be Princess Marta Louise, daughter of King Harald V and Queen Sonya of Norway.
The event will be attended by: the daughter of King Harald V and Queen Sonja of Norway Martha Louise, Minister of natural resources and ecology of the Russian Federation Dmitry Kobylkin, Minister of economic development of the Russian Federation Maxim Oreshkin, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Natural Resources, Property and Land Relations Nikolai Nikolaev, philanthropist and the face behind the US based capital firm Rockefeller & Couts International, heir to the Rockefeller dynasty Michael Charles Rockefeller and others.
Marta Louise gained worldwide fame for her charitable and social activities. The mission that the princess is pursuing is one of the 17 main goals of sustainable development - ensuring a healthy lifestyle and promoting well-being.
Norway is one of the world leaders in sustainable development. This country ranks first in the UN Global Human Development Index, which reflects average life expectancy, literacy, education and welfare of the country's inhabitants. Norway has made significant progress towards achieving the sustainable development goals. The Prime Minister of Norway is part of the international group of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) activists.
Norway is a leader in the use of alternative energy sources. Norwegian hydropower plants cover the country's electricity requirements by 98 percent.