How to connect to the “SDG” process, and how to “build a Pyramid” for sustainability

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WEBINAR RECORDING: The New Global Sustainability Goals

Recorded live on Wednesday March 12, 2014 

Right now, the world is negotiating (via the UN) a new set of “Sustainable Development Goals” that are expected to define the global sustainability agenda for the next 15 years. What will these goals mean? How can the global process be used to create more awareness -- and more change -- at the community and corporate level? This webinar will brief you on the process and introduce you to a free global volunteer initiative, “Pyramid 2030,” that you can use to bring people together and explore new ideas for a sustainable future.

PRESENTER:

Alan AtKisson is President of the AtKisson Group, a global sustainability services network that he founded in 1992. His books include Believing Cassandra: How to be an optimist in a pessimist’s world (1999, 2010) and The Sustainability Transformation: How to accelerate positive change in challenging times (2010). In 2013, Alan was named to the President’s Science and Technology Advisory Council of the European Commission; and he was inducted into the Sustainability Hall of Fame by the International Society of Sustainability Professionals. He also published Sustainability is for Everyone, a little book that was inspired by his induction to that Hall of Fame at the ISSP conference in Chicago, May 2013.

 

 

 

 

March 12, 2014 11:00 AM   through   12:00 PM PT
ISSP Webinar Platform and the Learning Center
United States
Webinar Recording $ 25.00

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