Change Initiative (CI), a leading advocate for environmental sustainability, made a significant impact at the BUP Environmental Fest and Career Carnival, held on October 4th. The event, organised by the Environmental Club of BUP (EnCBUP) of Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), was a vibrant platform for environmental enthusiasts and career seekers to converge and explore opportunities in the realm of climate action and sustainability.
The highlight of the day was a special session conducted by the Chief Executive of CI and renowned Climate Finance Analyst, Mr. M Zakir Hossain Khan. The session he conducted, titled "Greenpreneurship: Pioneering Sustainable Ventures," captured the attention of students majoring in Environmental Science at BUP. The insightful discussion delved into the world of eco-friendly entrepreneurship, offering students valuable insights and inspiration to embark on environmentally conscious business ventures. The session underscored the pivotal role that innovative and sustainable business practices play in mitigating climate change and fostering a greener future.
The staff of CI also actively participated in the event by setting up an engaging stall. This stall served as a hub for attendees interested in environmental careers and job seekers with a passion for climate research. As part of their visit, many enthusiastic individuals submitted their resumes, expressing their interest in becoming a part of CI's mission to combat climate change and promote environmental conservation.
Change Initiative has been at the forefront of advocating for sustainable practices and climate action. Their presence at the BUP Environmental Fest and Career Carnival exemplified their commitment to nurturing the next generation of eco-conscious leaders and fostering a deeper understanding of green entrepreneurship.
CI looks forward to continuing its collaboration with academic institutions and aspiring environmentalists, reinforcing the importance of sustainable practices and inspiring positive change in the face of pressing environmental challenges.
By Mostakima Rahman