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ECO Singapore Invites Everyone to the World Leadership Conference

Written By David D'Angelo on Friday, May 29, 2009 | 5/29/2009

Environmental Challenge Organisation (Singapore), extends an invitation to everyone to attend the inaugural World Leadership Conference as a participant, which is to be held in Singapore, from June 15th-19th, 2009. This initiative is currently supported by the World Bank, United Nations Youth Association of Singapore, British Council, Singapore Tourism Board, National Environmental Agency, Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy (CSEP) in National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University. The Conference will bring together youths and young adults from a gamut of backgrounds to re-examine the notion of leadership in environmental and economical issues.

More importantly, this is a platform created to simultaneously empower emerging leaders with skills and knowledge to initiate environmental advocacy projects in the future and thus creating a multiplier effect in a wider community in the near future.

As a participant, you are invited to engage with the distinguished leaders in the fields of economics and environment to grasp the importance for environmentalism and to reconcile the differences between environmental conservation and economic progress. The conference will provide a leading opportunity for youths and young adults to discuss current problems in the various aspects of the environment and propose possible solutions and ideas. The World Leadership Conference will equip these future leaders of tomorrow with a greater awareness and deeper understanding of the environment, and the skills to make a difference in the future.

You may visit our official website at http://www.worldleadershipconference.org/. Alternatively, you may also visit http://go.worldbank.org/KEQYWH80W0 or http://events.tigweb.org/22747




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