The 2nd Sustainability Summit: Asia 2007 is a unique opportunity for business and civil society to unite sustainability experts, policy makers, drivers and thought leaders to explore how partnerships are nurtured and implemented to realize its objectives. The main aim of the Sustainability Summit is to learn from and demonstrate experiences, and stimulate dialogue on the emerging challenges and possible responses, learn the critical threats and opportunities that can shape your multi-stakeholder partnership, foster regional cooperation and partnerships among stakeholders. The event is supported by the Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India.
The two days of dialogues and intense observations constitute around 45 percent of summit time dedicated to networking among participants. The Summit is organized under following themes:
1. Sustainable Investments: Fostering Inclusive Growth
2. Sustainability in Construction: Foundations for Growth
3. Food Security: Linking Farmers to Markets
4. Responsible Mining: Sharing Values
Targeted audiences for Sustainability Summit are: CEOs, executives and entrepreneurs, government and elected officials, nonprofit-organization leaders, architects, planners and engineers, media and marketing industry directors, faculty and students.