May 30, 2012 – London & Rio de Janeiro - The Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development joins as Partners for the World Green Summit (www.worldgreensummit.org)–the business, finance and government forum during the high-level segment of the Rio+20 conference on June 20th, 2012, at the Government of Rio Pavilion, located at the Olympics Athlete’s Park, next to the official Rio+20 conference centre: Riocentro.
Michael Mathres, Director, World Green Summit says, “It is great news to have the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development involved in our summit as it is our goal to engage the Brazilian business community and build a sustainable future.
About The Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development: The Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1997, to promote the sustainable development among companies that are in Brazil. Gathering the biggest businesses groups, CEBDS is the Brazilian representative on the World Business Council for Sustainable Development network. First Brazilian institution to talk about sustainability using the triple bottom line approach, CEBDS is today a reference on the vanguard of sustainable development both for companies and government. It is recognized as business main representative in leading a revolutionary changing process: to transform a traditional economic model into a new paradigm. For more information, please visit www.cebds.org.br.