Experts United Sustainable Industries

Bringing essential topics and nourishing the platform for professionals, brands, companies, organizations, and individuals working on the mission for a sustainable world.

Our Oceans

We are beholding a pollution crisis occurring around the world with such an unimaginable amount of waste taking over our oceans. A recent study suggests that 80% of plastic in our oceans is from land sources and wastes that are thrown into the seas. It is expected that it will nearly triple by 2040. Today, it’s estimated that there are more than 5 trillion plastic particles in the world’s surface waters.

What does that mean for the future?

  • The trash in the oceans is being eaten by marine life and has entered every level of the food chain, even ending up in the seafood on our plates.
  • Global warming is causing modifications in ocean structure and processes threatening humanity and endangering countless species of marine animals that cannot cope with extreme temperatures.
  • Many pesticides and toxic chemicals used in farming and factories discharge sewage that ends up in the oceans, resulting in oxygen depletion that kills aquatic plants and all life around them.
  • One of the industries polluting the oceans are in the form of oil spills while air pollution is responsible for almost one-third of the lethal contaminants that enter coastal waters disrupting the ecological balance.

iGreen Media Group will bring valuable conversations that will pave the way for powerful media to educate consumers and encourage lifestyle choices that will help preserve our precious oceans for future generations.

Atmosphere, Climate & Health

Described by the World Health Organization as the greatest threat to health in the 21st century, climate change affects health and well-being in a number of ways. Most of the changes in our climate and the world’s weather systems have been brought about by human activity. These changes will have striking consequences for our welfare and safety putting humanity’s survival at stake.

What are the health effects due to climate change?

  • Increased air and sea temperatures, changes in rainfall patterns, more frequent and severe weather catastrophes, and sea-level rise.
  • Risks of floods in natural waterways and urban areas.
  • The interaction of air pollution and sunlight produces ozone. While ozone in the upper atmosphere helps to protect us from UV radiation, breathing in ozone at ground level can trigger asthma attacks and breathing problems.
  • The impacts of these extreme events result in worsening atmospheric quality, changes in the spread of infectious diseases, threats to food and water quality and quantity, and effects on our mental health.
  • There are things we can all do now know our individual actions can make a difference. Together, this adds up to collective action that makes an even bigger difference.

Join us for a meaningful discussion as we make changes, build our resilience to the effects of climate change, and help slow its pace.

Energy & Technology

Energy use is fundamental to human society and provides many benefits. However, each source of energy entails some risks, especially if not managed carefully and abuse may offset forms of energy production with adverse health effects. Clearly, energy and technology are a global health issue

What are the health impacts and the major implications of energy and technology globally?

  • The biggest health impact of the production of energy sources comes mainly in the form of occupational health risks, household and general ambient air pollution.
  • Lack of access to clean fuels, energy, and electricity in the world’s poor households is a particularly serious risk for health.
  • Climate-altering pollutants from energy systems and the rise of technology cause potential harm and health risks to people and biodiversity
  • Energy waste products are associated with many of the afflictions of economic shortage, including poor health and adverse social outcomes.

Health impacts from most new and renewable energy sources are likely to be much smaller, but attention is needed to be sure these energy sources are handled efficiently. Mitigation and adaptation efforts can reduce the magnitude of future impacts.

Join us for a worthwhile conference as we discuss energy-efficiency measures and the potentiality for achieving health advantages by reducing energy and technology-related product wastes and emissions.

Food, Water, Agriculture, Permaculture & Waste

Water and food are essential for every form of life. The lack of security and access to clean food and water is one of the major challenges facing people’s lives in our communities and long-term sustainable production is of growing concern.

EUSI 2021 aims to drive forward unwavering solutions to the most pressing food and water crises of our time.

With the global growth of population, what aspects should be heightened to ensure access to sustainable food and water consumption for all?

Here are primary concerns to consider:

  • Food and water-borne illnesses. A simple mistake in the production phase can ruin the finished product, and any amount of contamination can be dangerous.
  • Improvement of food products, while conserving and enhancing natural resources, such as water, is an essential requirement to increase global food supplies on a sustainable basis.
  • Farmers need to cope with climate change, soil erosion, and biodiversity loss.
  • Infestation of pests and diseases and lack of knowledge on permaculture practices are today’s major challenges on permaculture.
    The main obstacles affecting solid waste management are unscientific treatment and improper disposal of waste.

Join us for a powerful talk as we foster innovations in food and water while collaborating with the media to use resources more efficiently and promoting policies that enable sustainability.

Justices That Matters

iGMG believes that to rectify inequality, opportunities must be granted to a group level, rather than on an individual basis.

Social Justice everyone deserves equal economic, political, social rights, equality, and just opportunities for all, including the environment.

Environmental Justice means preventing doing damage to the environment that affects the people and the planet.

Labor Justice means supporting workers’ rights, promoting fair wages, safe workplaces, adequate living standards, and reasonable working hours.

Health is a basic need and should be affordable and accessible for all.

Equality signifies having a state of equal opportunities and rights for all individuals to make the most of their lives.

Racial Justice is about having fair treatment of people of all races.

Gender Equality is a fundamental human right and essential for a sustainable world.

We invite you to join the global effort sharing the same goals and producing transformative actions for a thriving future for all.

Collaboration lives in the willingness of working together!