World Resources Forum 2017, October 24-25 | Geneva

Increasing Resource Productivity to Fight Poverty and Climate Change
This year’s World Resources Forum (WRF 2017) was held on 24 – 25 October 2017 at the Centre International de Conférences (CICG) in Geneva, Switzerland. WRF 2017 addressed the topic of Accelerating the Resource Revolution, highlighting the importance of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement as calls for action. More than 450 participants from 50 countries shared four days of discussions, networking and side events.

Over 160 state-of-the-art scientific contributions were presented and methodologies and success stories were shared during the 16 workshops organised by international institutions. Find an overview of the WRF 2017 in this News Article and here the presentations of our plenary speakers

If you wish to provide us with feedback about the event kindly complete this survey until November 19, 2017 or contact us at Moreover, we welcome additional insights on discussions held at WRF 2017, please feel free to share your conclusions with us. 

The WRF 2017 Organising Committee and partners thank all participants and contributors for a productive and inspiring conference. See in the WRF 2017 Photo Gallery some impressions of the event.

The WRF Secretariat will communicate the results obtained during the event in Geneva, and spread them among all stakeholders. We will be pleased to share the WRF 2017 Meeting Report with you shortly.

World Resources Forum 2019 will be organised in Antwerp on February 24–27, 2019 in close collaboration with the Public Waste Agency of Flanders, Belgium (OVAM). Please visit our website for more information on our coming events and projects.

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