Invitation Lecture at Hanyang by the Chairman of the Environmental Foundation, Choi Yeol
Lecture theme: "From a Carbon Economy to a Circular Economy”
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A lecture session with experts on environmental protection was held at the Paiknam Academic Information Center & Library on the Seoul Campus in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, on October 25th under the theme: "From a Carbon Economy to a Circular Economy.”
Choi Yeol, the Chairman of the Environmental Foundation, stressed the need for environmental protection and the importance of practice for students and faculty attending the lecture.
In addition to Choi, Cho Cheon-ho, a professor of special affairs, and Cho Jin-man, an architect, participated in the lecture as environmental protection experts and gave lectures on "transitional changes in the climate crisis era" and "new relationships."
Prior to the lecture, Hanyang University signed an MOU with the Environment Foundation in June, pushing for the establishment of a plastic free campus for the first time in Korea and launched the Environmental Supporters in September to build an eco-friendly campus.
▲Choi Yeol, chairman of the Environmental Foundation is speaking on the theme, "From a Carbon Economy to a Circular Economy" at a lecture by environmental protection experts at the Paiknam Academic Information Center & Library, Seoul Campus, on Octber 25th.
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