Part 3 of Webinar Series: The Decade After
The COVID pandemic has induced radical societal change in the matter of months, a sense of urgency, and emphasized the need for coordinated international action. How can we leverage this once in a generation inflection point to create the same sense of urgency and levels of coordinated action to address the climate crisis and sustainable development? How do we create the public demand for a more sustainable future to ensure that we do not return to business as usual? What will be the lessons from the COVID pandemic about addressing social and economic inequities?
Gonzalo Franjul, Policy Director, ISGlobal
- Introduction (10 min): Céline Charveriat, Executive Director, Institute for European Environmental Policy
- How the COVID pandemic can accelerate progress towards SDGs-Eeva Furman, SYKE (15 min)
- The potential for social movements and collective action Christos Zografos, University Pompeu Fabra (15 min)
- Could COVID move the dial forward on addressing inequalities? Mauricio Barreto, Maurício L. Barreto, MD, PhD, Emeritus Professor, Federal University of Bahia, and Senior Investigator at FIOCRUZ. Director of the Center for Data and Knowledge Integration for Health (Cidacs), Fiocruz FIO Cruz, Brazil (15 min)
- Getting the message right – how to build broad support and urgency for change? (15 min) Rafa Villasanjuan, ISGlobal.
- Moderated discussion (15 min)
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