The Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) were ratified more than a year ago by the United Nations General Assembly.
The 17 goals are expected to shape political policy worldwide unitl 2030 but, as we have seen in the last few weeks, a lot can happen during this time.
Can it be affected by the new U.S. presidency?
Join us for a lecture and discussion with sustainability consultant, writer and musician Alan AtKisson to explore the future of our world! He can give us an insider view of SDG process, and as some of you may know, is a very engaging speaker.
Place: Hamberg room, Geocentrum, Villavägen 16
Date & Time: Tuesday, November 29th 18:15-19:45
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Alan AtKisson is an author, keynote speaker, and senior advisor in the field of sustainability, organizational strategy, and transformative change. He has nearly 30 years of experience and was inducted into the International Sustainability Hall of Fame in 2013 in recognition of his many contributions to the field, including bestselling books (Believing Cassandra, Sustainability is for Everyone), widely used tools and planning methods, training processes for “sustainability change agents,” and founding several sustainability businesses and voluntary initiatives. Alan has given hundreds of speeches and seminars around the world. He is also known as a professional singer, songwriter, and guitarist, who sometimes blends music into his presentations. He has been advising the United Nations Secretariat in New York since 2009, and he served on the President’s Science and Technology Advisory Council of the European Commission (2014-2015). Working through the international consultancy he founded in 1992, the AtKisson Group, as well as the Center for Sustainability Transformation, Alan has consulted for many years with large corporations (such as Levi’s, EY, and Nike) as well as many governments and international agencies. He is a past president of the Balaton Group, and a full member of the Club of Rome. A dual citizen of the USA and Sweden, Alan lives in Stockholm.