G4G is a strategic consultancy, offering tailor-made, state-of-the-art, professional, science-based advice on sustainable development, climate resilience, green growth, and circularity in the agri-food industry, and the bioeconomy, along with eco-friendly methods for controlling anthropogenic pollution of ecosystems and its links to the Human health. In more detail, G4G’s activities aim at tailor-made strategic consultancy; project design, management, and implementation; training and capacity building for decision-makers of private and public legal entities, associations, and research and innovation institutions, mainly but not exclusively working within the agri-food, environment, and climate, and health and sustainability sectors.

The 196 countries that have signed the Paris agreement have set specific targets in their climate-neutral strategies. The EU, under the umbrella of the Green Deal in 2019, has set strategies to implement the UN’s 2030 Agenda and SDGs, aiming at sustainable development, green growth, health, and quality of life, including all facets of the economy and society, and targeting the agri-food systems with its Farm to Fork Strategy, and the environment, with the Climate Law and Biodiversity strategy. These ambitious, long-term plans require knowledge-based decisions and strategies by businesses and governments at the municipal, regional, and national levels. Decisions and strategies demand good knowledge of the international scene, the political and administrative burdens, of the economic and natural climate, and require holistic, multidisciplinary approaches. With its deep knowledge of the EU and international policies, governance, and funding opportunities, G4G offers expert, professional, scientific, and multidisciplinary advice on strategy and implementation of sustainable development and green growth.

All the activities of G4Gs have a European and international dimension, mainly but not exclusively aiming at the design, management, and implementation of initiatives financed by European and international institutions. G4G produces relevant knowledge adjusted to the needs of our customers drawn from the positions and strategies of EU institutions (Commission, Parliament, Council, European Economic and Social Committee, Committee of the Regions, etc.), processed and refined with the help of the broad expertise and experience of our group of collaborators

Mr. Evanglelos Divaris, Senior Policy Advisor in Green4Growth is an economist specializing in European Integration, a former alternate Member of the European Economic and Social Committee (1981 -1989), principal administrator at the DG Agri (1989- 2009), and former Special Secretary for Community Resources and Infrastructures at the Greek Ministry for Rural Development and Food (2009 – 2012). Since 2019, he is the Secretary-General at the European Chamber for Sustainable Development and Vice-President in charge of Strategic Planning at the European Organization for Certification A-Cert.

Mr. Gkorezis obtained his bachelor’s and MSc degrees as a Bioengineer from the Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Environment, Department of Agriculture at Aristotle’s University of Thessaloniki Greece in 2002. He continued his postgraduate studies at the University of Ioannina to obtain his Master of Science degree in “Quality Agricultural Product Certification” in 2007, following an Interdepartmental Postgraduate Study Programme between the Department of Business Administration of Food and Agricultural Products, the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources Management and the School of Medicine of University of Ioannina. In 2009 he moved on to Belgium to continue his studies in Environmental Biology at the Center of Environmental Sciences at the Hasselt University (Belgium), under the supervision of Professor Jaco Vangronsveld and Daniel van der Lelie. From 1st of January 2015 till 31 st of July 2021 he worked as an Environmental Microbiologist at various Belgian companies, specializing in the remediation of ecosystems contaminated by various organic and inorganic pollutants. From the 3rd of August 2021, he is the Managing Director of Green4Growth.
Mr. Gkorezis has co-authored 4 book chapters, 18 referred Journal publications, and 6 Genome Announcements around Microbial-assisted remediation of contaminated ecosystems, Biosurfactants, and Soil Quality, as well as the application of novel Genomic technologies in the monitoring of various Biodiversity issues. He has been an invited speaker and presented his research work at various International Conferences in Europe, the USA, Canada, and Brazil.

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