The United Nations added SaharaGreen to the register of Global Compact Initiative

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The 29th of July 2011, the United Nations has welcomed the NGO Sahara Green to the United Nations Global Compact register of Stakeholders/Participants:

The organization UN Global Compact wished to thank Dr HADROUG Nasser , Chairman of Sahara Green and member of DESERTEC UK and TREC (Trans-mediterranean Renewable Energy Cooperation), for joining the international corporate responsibility initiative of the United Nations.

As a participant, Sahara Green commits to:

  • Support the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact with respect to human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption;
  • Advance these principles within Sahara Green's sphere of influence, and make a clear statement of this commitment to its stakeholders and the general public;
  • Take part in the activities of the UN Global Compact, for example: participate in Local Networks; join specialized initiatives and workstreams; engage in partnership projects; and review Communications on Progress posted by participating companies.

Sahara Green is an international NGO the vision of which is to use Renewable Energy from Deserts for a Sustainable Growth. The main areas/fields of Sahara Green are Renewable Energy (CSP, PV and Wind), Water Desalination, Desertification, Permaculture, Hydrogen Economy. Sahara Green supports Trans-mediterranean Sustainable Cooperation/Projects like Mediterranean Solar Plan, DESERTEC, and MedGrid, and is writing the Transmediterranean Sustainable Cooperation Policies.


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