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How Antwerp is cooperating to keep plastics out of the river Scheldt

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We are pleased to invite you to the launch event of the new AMS Alumni Chapter on SDG Leadership (ACSL).

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Rivers Full of Plastic or Full of Life?

Join us on November 9th for interesting insights on how Antwerp is tackling the plastic pollution in the river Scheldt. To celebrate the launch of a new alumni chapter on sustainable development goals, we gathered for you an inspiring group of speakers who will explore with you how this global environmental problem affects us even close to home and how every one of us can contribute to the solution!

Join us and support our call to action!

'The human race will regret it if we do not act on plastic pollution now'

                                                                               Sir David Attenborough


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About The Alumni Chapter on SDG Leadership (ACSL) 

The purpose of the ACSLis to inspire and enable the development of leadership on the world’s most pressing sustainability challenges. It aspires to bring together all relevant stakeholders on societally relevant issues. Through enabling the exchange of knowledge, experiences, visions, and ideas, the ACSL wants to be a force for good with impact. 


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  • Prof. Dr. Ronny Blust, Vice-Rector Research, University of Antwerp
  • Bert Teunkens, PhD-researcher, Plastic fluxes towards the ocean: Contribution of the Schelde river and its tributarieUniversity of Antwerp
  • Magali Bruggeman, Business Development Manager,DEME

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  • Koos Hogeweg, Coordinator, Stormkop
  • Jolijn Dupont, Business Development Advisor, Antwerp Port Authority
  • Lot Saldien, Stuurvrouw, Stormkop

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  • Dirk Pauwels, Initiator AMS Alumni Chapter on SDG Leadership & EPHD Candidate, Antwerp Management School
  • Vincent Van Dyck, Environmental Expert, CA/ES – Environmental Services, Antwerp Port Authority
  • Prof. Dr. Steven De Haes, Dean, Antwerp Management School

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Rozanne Henzen Circular Economy Expert & Researcher Sustainable Transformation Lab, Antwerp Management School

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Date: 09 November  2021

Time: 18:30 - 22:00

Location: Antwerp Management School, Boogkeers 5, 2000 Antwerp.

Price (incl. btw, talks & networking reception): 

AMS Alumni: 35 EUR

Bring a friend: AMS Alumni can register with a partner for 70 EUR total, bringing a friend at our exclusive alumni price!

Non - Alumni: 50 EUR

Group Tickets: (5 or more): 40 EUR per ticket (for companies interested in purchasing 5 tickets or more - please contact Emmanuelle Duval).

Program

18:30 Welcome

19:00 Presentation & panel discussion by experts and scientists

20:45 Networking Reception

22:00 End

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