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Nobel Sustainability Trust Foundation Paris Summit
ZURICH, November 23, 2022 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/--

Nobel Sustainability Trust Foundation convened its second annual summit in 
Paris, France, at Palais Brongniart on the 21st of November 2022, supported by 
local main sponsor GL events. Summit proceedings and focusing on "Energy and 
Water", the summit were broadcast worldwide over social media.

Keynote speaker is British scientist Professor Stanley Whittingham, director of 
the Institute for Materials Research at the State University of New York at 
Binghamton. Whittingham was awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry alongside 
Akira Yoshino (Japan) and John B Goodenough (USA) "for the development of 
lithium-ion batteries." Worldwide participants and speakers are government 
officials, NGO organizations, university professors, entrepreneurs.

Nobel Sustainability Trust Foundation awarded the medal for Outstanding 
Contribution in Sustainability. The two recipients, from Asia and North 
America, respectively, were Dr. Bruno Wu from Beijing, China, founder of the 
World Carbon Neutrality Council and Mr. Collin O´Mara of Reston, Virginia, USA, 
president and CEO of the National Wildlife Federation. This year's awards medal 
and recognition letters were presented at the Paris Summit. Bertie Ahern, his 
is the co-chair of the Interaction Council of 40 Former Heads of State and 
Government and the former prime minister of Ireland sent his regards to summit 
and congratulations to the persons who got medal for Outstanding Contribution 
in Sustainability.

NST chairman Michael Nobel said the annual "The Sustainability Award" will 
focus on applied science and recognize outstanding sustainable development 
projects around the world, including in the fields of new energy, new 
materials, water, health, agriculture, IT and artificial intelligence.

The Nobel Sustainability Trust Foundation, founded by four members from Nobel 
family the previous name was " Nobel Charity Trust" since 2007, and from 2022 
changed to its present name in 2011 to more accurately represent its role and 
activities. The NST logo and The Sustainability Award are trademarked in the EU 
and worldwide. NST is independent of the Nobel Foundation which awards the 
Nobel prizes established by Alfred Nobel. NST reflects the wishes of the five 
Nobel family members currently serving as trustees to have a award which 
associated with their ancestors willingness to devoted to sustainable 
development. For more information, please visit

Contact info: Nobel Sustainability Trust Foundation Management,  Tracy W.  
Email:, 0046708134588

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SOURCE: Nobel Sustainability Trust Foundation