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Join the transformative movement at IDB Invest Sustainability Week 2024 in Manaus from June 11th to 13th. Collaborate with global leaders, embrace local solutions, and ignite real change. Register now for a brighter, sustainable future!

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Sustainability isn't just a buzzword; it's a global imperative, a call to action for all of us to safeguard our planet and ensure a prosperous future for generations to come.

In the heart of the lush Amazon rainforest, a beacon of hope is about to shine bright: IDB Invest Sustainability Week 2024, a global event that unites us all in our commitment to a sustainable future.

From June 11th to 13th, the vibrant city of Manaus, Brazil, will become a hub of innovation, collaboration, and inspiration as global and regional leaders gather to co-create sustainable solutions.

But this isn't just another conference. It's a movement to scale impact, elevate our efforts, and ignite real change across Latin America and the Caribbean.


At the core of this effort lies a powerful message: collaboration is essential. We're facing unprecedented global challenges—from climate change and food security, to social inequality and economic instability. 

Latin America and the Caribbean is home to the Amazon Rainforest, which absorbs one fourth of all total CO2 on earth. There is growing scientific consensus that the Amazon Basin is reaching an ecological tipping point.

But these challenges also present opportunities for governments, private sector, multilateral development banks and civil society to unite, leverage our collective expertise, and forge a path toward a greener, more inclusive future.

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This gathering will inspire action like never before. It's not enough to talk about sustainability; we must turn words into deeds and ideas into initiatives.

Through dynamic discussions, hands-on workshops, and innovative showcases, we all will be empowered to take tangible steps toward a more sustainable future.

One of the key themes of SW24 is the pivotal role of the private sector. Businesses aren't just part of the problem; they're a crucial part of the solution in driving sustainable growth, creating new opportunities, and building resilience to climate change.

IDB Invest Sustainability Week 24 isn't just about big ideas; it's also about local solutions in the Amazon region, home to some of the most biodiverse ecosystems on the planet.

The event will spotlight innovative local initiatives  – including a business ideas competition for investors – to protect the Amazon while promoting economic prosperity and social well-being.

Whether you're a business leader, a policymaker, an investor, or a concerned citizen, join us and be a part of history in the making. What can you do? It's simple: register now for IDB Invest Sustainability Week 2024.

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