During the Malta Sustainability Forum, The Malta Chamber President, Perit David Xuereb said that economic development, well-being and quality of life were interconnected.
During The Malta Sustainability Forum reference was made to the Malta Chamber’s Economic Vision 2020-2025, which outlines the vision for a “smart, sustainable island”. The document includes 59 recommendations based on growth in a number of traditional and new economic sectors.
“Since the release of its Economic Vision, The Malta Chamber has established committees tackling environmental and sustainability issues, notably the Circular Economy, Sustainable Mobility and Energy Efficiency & Conservation committees. Together, they continue to work on bridging the gap between theory and practice, to put private enterprise at the forefront of realising a sustainable and successful economic future for all” Perit Xuereb said.
The Malta Sustainability Forum included a series of talks with experts from various sectors discussing the numerous ways which businesses can utilise to become increasingly sustainable while aiding society and the planet in the process.