Launch of SDSN Northern Europe
Day one of the event gathered leading international researchers at the Chalmers Conference Center in Gothenburg, Sweden. They debated “Science-based transformations 2030″ and how SDSN NE can become a first class motor for science, and contribute to the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Agenda 2030.
Day two convened leaders from business, academia and government to officially launch SDSN NE and discuss roles, partnerships, and cooperation opportunities. A few hundred participants from academia, research, civil society, government, the private sector, and international organizations attended Day Two. The main objective of the day was to illustrate the relevance of the SDGs for the northern European region and to highlight the roles for stakeholders on national, regional and global levels.
The SDSN Northern Europe is Hosted by the Centre for Environment and Sustainability, GMV, at University of Gothenburg and Chalmers
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About SDSN Northern Europe
The Sustainable Development Solutions Network Northern Europe (SDSN NE) is a regional SDSN network for Northern Europe and part of the global SDSN. The SDSN NE pools knowledge, experience and capacities of the regions’ academic, business and civil society actors and strives to promote the national and regional sustainable development of Northern Europe, as well as the region’s efforts for sustainable development worldwide. SDSN NE intends to place the search for and creation of new solutions at the heart of its network activities, and to work closely with existing processes in politics and with business.