CEOs Asked to Incorporate Environmental Protection into their Operations

Kampala, Uganda | THE BLACK EXAMINER | In an effort to combat the effects of climate change in Uganda, Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) have received a call to integrate sustainable practices into their business operations in order to mitigate climate-related risks. This appeal was made at the 14th edition of the 2023 Annual CEO Forum in Kampala, themed “Navigating the Climate Crisis: A Call to Action.” The event brought together more than 100 business leaders and influential decision-makers who discussed issues crucial for organizational success and the promotion of environmental sustainability within society.

Stephen Mukasa, the Country Team Leader of CEO Summit Uganda, encouraged CEOs to collaborate and implement robust corporate activities in their daily operations to address the climate crisis in Uganda.

During the same event, Albert Byamugisha, the Head of the National SDG Secretariat at the Office of the Prime Minister in Uganda, commended the CEO forum for providing a valuable platform for business leaders to exchange ideas aimed at improving the economy. Byamugisha emphasized that Sustainable Development Goal 13 calls on all United Nations member states, including Uganda, to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. To achieve this, concrete actions are being explored to regulate and implement all existing regulations and policies aimed at protecting the environment.

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