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Gold Key Media to distribute Climate Change - The New Economy at G7 Summit

Gold Key Media has been appointed as the official distributor of Climate Change - The New Economy, the principle publication on climate change, at the G7 Summit taking place in Taormina, Sicily, Italy from 26th–27th May 2017.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 26 May 2017 07:48

Gold Key Media to distribute Climate Change - The New Economy at G7 Summit

Chris Horn: "Gold Key Media are delighted to once again be working with Climate Change – the New Economy."

Launched in 2008, the publication promotes independent and informed discussion on issues relating to climate change and sustainable development, and is aimed at political business leaders and opinion formers.

The annual event will bring together the G7 member countries’ leaders as well as representatives of the European Union to discuss issues that are of global importance, including global economic issues and foreign, security and development policy. This will be the first summit for British Prime Minister Theresa May and for US President Donald Trump.

Working closely with Climate Change - The New Economy Limited, Gold Key Media have created a bespoke distribution programme to ensure high levels of visibility throughout the G7 Summit.

Climate Change the New Economy will be available to delegates at hotels within Taormina, in addition to key international airline and Eurostar lounges on route to the G7 Summit, including London, Paris, Geneva, Zurich, Munich, Frankfurt, New York, Ontario and Vancouver.

Chris Horn, Managing Director of Gold Key Media, said: “Gold Key Media are delighted to once again be working with Climate Change – the New Economy Limited following our successful partnership with them for the COP22 conference in Marrakech last year. We are very proud of our longstanding relationship and look forward to continuing this for many years to come.”

The team at Climate Change - The New Economy Limited, said: “Climate Change – the New Economy, are once again, proud to partner with Gold Key Media in supporting the G7 Summit with our leading publication. Our combined expertise, has ensured that for the past seven years, we continue to reach as wide an audience of influential, global stakeholders, as possible.”

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