One cannot deny that the Sustainable Development Goals have provided a common language to use, which has been adopted widely across sectors and institutions. However, beyond the buzz, what next?
Covering areas on how to reduce food waste along the value chain, technology and ICT support resilience and sustainable industrialization; the CSR Europe’s Brussels SDG Summit aims to find solutions to through advancing collaborative actions for the SDGs and elaborate collaborative actions
Experts, practitioners and policymakers will convene to discuss these challenges and proffer practical solutions.
The SDG Challenge Roundtables will include 15 roundtables each focused on a specific topic linked to an SDG. Participants will choose 1 table in which the challenge will be briefly explained by a speaker followed by a structured discussion to incubate solutions and collaborative action.
The wide set of topics tackle several SDGs such as quality education (SDG 4), reduced inequalities (SDG 10), responsible consumption and production (SDG 9), and many more.
Date: May 23-24, 2018
Venue: Egmont Palace Brussels Belgium