ABOUT THE EVENT

SDSN’s Global Solutions Forum (GSF) brings together the network’s sustainable development experts from around the world to showcase how they are implementing local initiatives that are advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The inaugural GSF will convene inspiring SDG actors for rapid-fire presentations where they can share progress, highlight victories, and inspire all of us to keep moving forward. Each Global Solution presentation will pack challenges and discoveries into 7 minutes of stories, images, and insights.

 
 

W H E R E

2nd Floor: Seminar Level
Faculty House at Columbia University,
64 Morningside Drive, New York, USA

 

W H E N

September 25, 2019 5:00pm – 8:30pm

 
 

PRESENTERS

AURELIEN DECAMPS, SDSN FRANCE
Sulitest: Pedagogical Interface

DARYA GERASIMENKO & ERICA MAZEROLLE-CASTILLO, SDSN SWITZERLAND
Beyond Waste: Circular Resources Lab

HAMATH NDIAYE, SDSN SAHEL
SDG Territorial Information System

LABODE POPOOLA, SDSN NIGERIA
Data Platform & SDG Monitoring Tool for 6 Geopolitical Zones of Nigeria

LAURA CAVALLI, SDSN ITALY
Logistics of the future in Sustainable Smart Ports

LEGENA HENRY, SDSN CARIBBEAN
Alternatives to EV: Biofuels in Barbados

MANUEL ALMESTAR, SDSN SPAIN
Madrid Sustainable Innovation Platform

MARTIN ERIKSSON, SDSN NORTHERN EUROPE
SDG Impact Assessment Tool

ONG PANG YEN, SDSN MALAYSIA
The Sunway Model: Partnerships for Sustainable Development

ROSA KARINA PINASCO VELA, SDSN AMAZONIA
Gastronomy with Conservation Flavor

 

ABOUT THE SDSN

The UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) mobilizes global scientific and technological expertise to promote practical problem solving for sustainable development. Since 2012, the SDSN has been committed to supporting the implementation of sustainable development solutions at local, national, and global scales. Much of SDSN’s work is led by National or Regional SDSNs, which mobilize knowledge institutions around the SDGs. Spanning six continents, the SDSN network comprises over 1100 member institutions, most of which are universities, coordinated by 33 National and Regional Networks.

 

ATTENDING THE EVENT

Thank you to everyone for their support and interest! We had a wonderful time.

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