United Nations “World Cities’ Day”, October 2014
“World Cities Day” is expected to greatly promote the international community’s interest in global urbanization and increase cooperation among countries in meeting opportunities and challenges in urbanization and contribute to urban sustainable development around the world.MORE
ENVIRO BOARD AT THE UNITED NATIONS 69TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SEPTEMBER 2014
Enviro Board’s participation during the United Nations General Assembly is vital, it provides us the opportunity to share solutions focused on investments, the environment, innovative technology, sustainable and economic development with various stakeholders.
Our objective is to contribute towards the achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals by sharing private sector best practices that can serve as catalysts for change and progress in emerging countries.
The Enviro Board technology is an environmental tool for development that will help mobilize communities and transform lives in the most vulnerable countries of the world.
OPIC EVENT – “EXPANDING HORIZONS” SEPTEMBER 2014
ENVIRO BOARD AT THE UNITED NATIONS 67TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, SEPTEMBER 2012
Following our participation in the Rio+20 Conference in Brazil last year, this was the second major United Nation event attended by Enviro Board and our first at a UN General Assembly. Throughout the event, Enviro Board’s management team met with heads of state, major NGOs and diplomats from around the world as we outlined the Enviro Board building system as a complete housing and infrastructure solution for their countries.
Enviro Board was able to forge important relationships with key decision makers from many African and Latin American countries. Through these relationships we are developing protocols for working directly with in-country developers and structuring business alliances necessary for bringing the Enviro Board technology to market.
Enviro Board’s main goals were to outline how our sustainable development and social impact business process will help governments meet their commitments to the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).