News | 2023-09-07

Ivone Rocha takes part in the "Sustainable Future" debate at the 50th anniversary conference of Expresso, in partnership with UCP.

Ivone Rocha, partner and head of the Environment and Climate Change and Energy and Natural Resources practices at TELLES, will be a guest speaker at the "Sustainable Future" debate, which will be held at the Carvalho Guerra Auditorium of the Catholic University of Porto on 21 September at 5pm (expected to last two hours).

At this conference, the TELLES lawyer will be part of the panel dedicated to "Sustainable transformation: the role of law and sustainability literacy", which will also include Manuel Fontaine Campos, Professor and Director of the Law School of Porto - Portuguese Catholic University, Rui Soucasaux Sousa, Director of the Católica Porto Business School and Luís Magalhães, Tax Coordinating Partner at KPMG Portugal.

The conference is organised by the newspaper EXPRESSO, as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations, in partnership with the two schools of the Portuguese Catholic University (UCP), the Law School and the Católica Porto Business School.


17h00 - Welcome
Isabel Capeloa Gil | Rector of the Portuguese Catholic University
João Vieira Pereira | Director of Expresso

17h20 - Innovation and circular economy
João Pinto | Professor at Católica Porto Business School and co-leader of Insure Hub
Ana Carvalho - CEO of Banco de Fomento
Mariana Silva | Head of Sustainability at SONAE MC
João Pedro Azevedo | CEO of Amorim Cork Composites

18h00 - Law, sustainability and education
Manuel Fontaine | Director of the Faculty of Law - Porto School of the UCP
Rui Soucasaux Sousa | Director of the Católica Porto Business School
Ivone Rocha | Partner at TELLES
Luís Magalhães | Partner and Head of Tax at KPMG

18.50 - Networking cocktail

Admission is free, but registration is required here.

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