Lightning Talk

Every one of us can help limit global warming and take care of our planet. By changing our habits and making choices that have less harmful effects on the environment, we have the power to confront the climate challenge and build a more sustainable world.

AWorld, a platform built to drive people toward more sustainable lifestyles – because there is no Planet B – will present their new mobile app in support of the UN’s ActNow campaign.

Speakers

Alessandro Armillotta
CEO, AWorld

Alessandro is the co-founder and CEO of AWorld, the platform and App in support of the United Nations campaign for individual action on climate change and sustainability, ActNow.

AWorld is a guide intended to inspire the public in learning about sustainability and take action in the fight for climate change. The App is a user-friendly application with the aim to educate all the communities on how to make small sustainable everyday actions, and to connect people to sustainable brands, international and non-governmental organizations contributing to the different dimensions of sustainability.

Alessandro is an award winning tech entrepreneur devoted to innovation and sustainability. He has extensive communications and marketing expertise in startup and e-Commerce environments, both in the United States and internationally.

He was awarded with; 2020 Zurich Innovation Championship Award, 2019 Impact Now Award, 2017 Netcomm Award Winner - Best B2B, 2017 NC Digital Awards - Best  B2B 

September 23, 12:45
12:45 — 12:50 EST (GMT-5) (5′)

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Alessandro Armillotta (AWorld)

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