Environment. Health. Equity.
Around the world, parallel environmental and societal crises are unfolding on an unprecedented scale, posing great threats to human health, well-being and our very existence.
Time is running out. We need to take action now to ensure that these times of crises are the opportunity for a socially-just transition to a more sustainable future for all.
How can we ensure that current climate and societal crises are opportunities for a socially-just transition to a more sustainable future for all?
Join us on 10 December for key insights on:
- How the new European Commission and Parliament will deliver integrated measures for more sustainable, healthier and equitable societies;
- How EU Member States are achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through a whole-of-government approach;
- How municipalities across Europe and beyond are implementing concrete, innovative solutions for sustainable change;
- Whether “growth” can be environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable.
We welcome you to debate with conference speakers, discuss how to enable behaviour change for more sustainable futures, and apply the learning from the 4-year EU Horizon 2020 research project, INHERIT.
- MEP Philippe Lamberts, Co-Chair of the Greens in the European Parliament
- Sir Professor Michael Marmot, former Chair of the WHO Commission on Social Determinants of Health
- Victor Everhardt, First Deputy Mayor of the City of Utrecht
- Romina Boarini, Coordinator of OECD’s Inclusive Growth Initiative
- David Powell, Head of Environment & Green Transition, New Economics Foundation
More information on the programme and other speakers will follow shortly. We hope to see you there!
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