Our Simon an influential leader of Global Green Growth

Attorney General Simon Corbell.
Attorney General Simon Corbell.

SIMON Corbell has let us know that he has been invited by the Danish Prime Minister, Ms Helle Thorning-Schmidt, to attend the Global Green Growth Forum (3GF 2014) in Copenhagen from October 20-21.

Simon was one of just four Australians to receive an invitation to be among 250 influential people from across the world who will discuss the theme “Changing production and consumption patterns through transformative action”.

“I thank the Danish Prime Minister for this invitation, it is a great honour to be able to attend this prestigious forum,” Mr Corbell said.

“I look forward to sharing the ACT Government’s vision for a sustainable future at the forum.

“This is a great opportunity to discuss the ACT’s world-leading actions and ambitions on sustainability and climate change with this select group of high-level decision makers from governments, global corporations, leading international organisations and civil society.”

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