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Introducing su-re.co’s Think-Tank in Different Countries

Updated: Nov 25, 2020

Think as plays an important role as a research part of su-re.co as a young environmental think-do-be tank. A project will not be successful without countless researches beyond it. We have to keep trying to find the best way to solve a problem. 

The Founder of su-re.co - Prof. Dr. Takeshi Takama has countless experiences in research and talks in front of large audiences from around the world. Last month was a super busy month in the think-tank project at su-re.co. Takeshi talked about climate change and bioeconomy in different countries such as China, Thailand and Indonesia for sure. 

Bioeconomy Forum, Bangkok 

Our CEO Takeshi Takama spoke on Bioeconomy Forum in Bangkok, Thailand on March 28, 2019. This forum was attended by various researchers and stakeholders since bioeconomy works from local to the global level. In the forum, Takeshi focused the session with ‘how to achieve better bioeconomy’ and ‘understand what is the best way to adapt’. This forum also discusses about bioeconomy pathways in South East Asia.

Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Climate Change and Environment Sustainability Program (CCESP) 

On April 2, 2019, our CEO Takeshi Takama spoke at Consultation Workshop on GMS Climate Change and Environment Sustainability Program (CCESP) in Kunming, China. The CCESP focuses on ADB Strategy 2020’s operational priority namely tackling climate change, building climate and disaster resilience, and enhancing environmental sustainability. This event which was hosted by Asian Development Bank gave an opportunity to Takeshi Takama to share about Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction. 

Drink Coffee and Talk about Climate Change

People heard about climate change but do we know what’s currently happening? 

Drink Coffee and Talk about Climate Change was a casual discussion organized by su-re.co in partnership with BiIiq Coworking Space. This event was conducted in order to discuss and bring people up to date about climate change in a discussion over a cup of coffee. The event was held on April 27, 2019 from 10.30 a.m - 12.00 p.m and after the discussion,  participants had a chance to enjoy a cup of coffee from our truly sustainable coffee from local farmers. 

We are really happy to see many people are aware and trying to find a way to solve this global issue. We hope there would be more great and creative ideas from around the world to reduce the effect of climate change to our daily life as well as create a better climate for our generation in many years to come.

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