Feature Keynote Presentation with Anabella Rosemberg
This is a free and public event, but space is limited - reserve a spot now!
Join us for an evening with evening with international expert, Anabella Rosemberg, exploring solutions for a green economy and good jobs for everyone. Hear her charismatic and fresh voice discuss how we can move green jobs development forward on international and local levels, and why green jobs are an exciting and necessary piece in mitigating and adapting to climate change.
If you are registered to attend the Good Jobs for a Green Future Conference you will have a seat to attend this Keynote Presentation. If you are not attending the conference, please click here to reserve your seat.
Bio of Ms. Anabella Rosemberg:
Policy Officer on Environment and Occupational Health and Safety of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Ms Rosemberg has coordinated the international trade union movement’s input to major environmental intergovernmental processes, notably the UNFCCC, since 2007.
She has led labour’s efforts at major UN summits like ‘RIO+20’, where the future sustainable development agenda was to be designed, developing an inside-outside strategy, where trade unions influenced simultaneously the official negotiating process as well as the parallel People’s Summit.
Born in 1980, in Villalonga, a small town in the Argentinean Patagonia, she holds a Masters’ Degree on Development Studies, Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris.
Before joining the ITUC, she has worked for non-governmental organisations, in the area of democracy and youth empowerment.
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This is the Feature Keynote Presentation of the Good Jobs for a Green Future Conference being held Friday September 21st and Saturday September 22nd by GreenJobs BC. The conference will bring together 200-300 British Columbians from across the Labour and Environmental movements, as well business, First Nations, community, government, and other sectors interested in building a strong green economy. Through a combination of panel discussions, educational seminars, and plenary speakers, participants will deepen their understanding of the issues, and be part of mapping out a green jobs plan for the province. Find out more at www.greenjobsbc.org/events