In the middle of last year I hosted a webinar on The Earth Charter, Regeneration and ‘Meaningful Disturbances’ with Fritjof Capra and Daniel Christian Wahl. Our conversation was so well received that we decided to reconvene a second time for a webinar which will take place on the 29th of this month.
More than two years have passed since the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals, and the number of companies reporting against the SDGs is on the rise. The Global Goals, adopted by 190 countries in 2015, provide a global framework and call to action for business, government, and civil society to collaborate on resolving the world’s biggest challenges.
However, while awareness of the ‘UN Agenda 2030’ is growing, on-the-ground implementation of the goals by civil society, public authorities and business is lagging behind.
Our webinar will explore why many civil society organizations are still critical of the SDGs and how the ‘Global Goals’ could improve multi-stakeholder collaboration between business, public authorities and civil society at the local and regional scale.
Taking a systemic approach to transformative change, sustainability and regeneration, the webinar will take a starting point with the SDGs and then move on to explore related issues:
- the difference between qualitative and quantitative growth,
- incremental and transformative change,
- potential pitfalls of ‘scaling-up’ solutions,
- educational approaches preparing people for whole systems design and cross-sectoral collaboration, and
- how everyone has a role in the local, regional, and global transition towards increased sustainability and diverse regenerative cultures.
I hope that some of you will be able to join us for the webinar. It will be recorded for those of you not able to watch live. You can also watch our previous webinar here: The Earth Charter, Regeneration and ‘Meaningful Disturbances’
Simon Robinson with Fritjof Capra and Daniel Christian Wahl
Transformative Change, Sustainability and Regeneration
29 January 2018
Time: 9am California, 3pm Brazil, 5pm UK, 6pm Spain
Duration: 45-60 mins
To watch please visit: www.holonomics.org