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January 22

Green Connection #3: Sustainable Materials, Call for Speakers and Sponsors, and New Year RE-Resolutions

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The complexity and lack of transparency in the materials used in civil construction are huge challenges we face. Each choice we make has a direct impact on our environment and future.

Now, imagine having complete clarity about the materials we choose and understanding their environmental, social, and health impacts. This is an urgent need, a true imperative.

We have special news for you: during the Green Building Day in São Paulo on November 25th last year, in a packed event, Sami unveiled a revolutionary path.

Click to watch the presentation video

She emphasized the crucial importance of transparency and decarbonization and showed how we can achieve this with certifications, green labels, and advanced technologies.

This presentation was one of the highlights of the event, and we decided to share this valuable piece with you for free. Watch the video and explore a future where sustainability is a measurable and achievable reality.

By watching this exclusive excerpt, you will gain valuable insights into the sustainability of materials. It’s not just about the challenges, but also about practical and innovative solutions that you can apply to your projects.

Click To Watch the Presentation Video for Free (With English Subtitles)

I hope this presentation helps you envision paths for your professional journey towards sustainability.

Call for Speakers and Sponsors: Green Interiors Day São Paulo and Milan

We are excited to share news about the Green Interiors Day events in São Paulo and Milan. The success has been enormous, and we are truly grateful for the reception.

Registrations are happening quickly, a reflection of our community’s enthusiasm. Stay tuned, as the closing dates for the first batch will be announced soon.

In addition, we are opening opportunities for a few sponsors and speakers who align with our values of sustainability and innovation.

If you have something truly unique and innovative, capable of significantly enriching the Green Interiors Day participants’ experience, and are interested in engaging more deeply with the event, please do not hesitate to contact us by responding to this email.

We are looking forward to meeting people from all over the world at these events. The human connection we are building is exciting and enriching.

These events are not just a celebration of sustainability but also a meeting point for innovative ideas and meaningful connections.

Together, we will create something extraordinary!

New Year RE-Resolutions: The Art of Letting Go

Many of us made significant New Year’s resolutions at the beginning of this year.

But that list of goals from 22 days ago, so bright and ambitious, has now landed in reality and may seem more distant than when we set it at the beginning of the year.

And that’s not a problem. In fact, it’s an opportune time for honest reflection: it’s time for what I call a re-resolution.

At UGREEN, we are going through a similar process. Returning from the holidays, we met to evaluate our focus. We realized something essential: sometimes, to move forward, we need to leave something behind.

Removing tasks or goals is not a sign of failure, but of clarity and courage. Doing less, but better, can be incredibly liberating.

As our experience at UGREEN shows, choosing what to keep and what to discard is crucial. We are learning to say no to certain activities, like some consultancies and courses we used to do.

Our focus as a company, as you know, is on catalyzing sustainability in civil construction, so new projects must be undertaken, and what was less successful revisited or discarded.

It hurts to let go, but it’s vital for our growth and focus.

So, how can you apply this to your life? Think about your New Year’s resolutions. What really resonates with your long-term goals?

What, when removed, could give you more time and energy for what really matters? Don’t be afraid to make adjustments. Sometimes, the best way to move forward is by letting something go.

Have a great day,

Filipe Boni
Founder of UGREEN


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