SDSN Switzerland & NRP 73 Online Series

16. June – 7. July 2020 | online via ZOOM

Transitioning towards a sustainable economy

Transformational change is required to achieve the 2030 Agenda and reach the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In a series of online workshops, organized by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Switzerland and the National Research Programme “Sustainable Economy: resource-friendly, future-oriented, innovative” (NRP 73), participants will debate the preliminary research findings of NRP 73. The goal of the workshop series is to elaborate calls to action for policy makers, public authorities, as well as business and civil society representatives, in order to facilitate the transition towards a sustainable and fair economy in Switzerland and contribute to achieving the SDGs.

Results of the six workshops

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16/06/2020

Construction & Housing

Presented by: Prof. Dr. Susanne Kytzia, Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil; Prof. Dr. Philippe Thalmann, EPF Lausanne

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30/06/2020

Nudging and voluntary agreement in the private sector
Presented by: Prof. Dr. Thomas Bernauer, ETH Zurich and Dr. Jan Schmitz, Radboud University

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18/06/2020

Digital innovation for sustainable agriculture
Presented by: Prof. Dr. Robert Finger, Prof. Dr. Achim Walter and Dr. Robert Huber, ETH Zurich

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02/07/2020

Towards a sustainable food system
Presented by: Prof. Dr. Alexander Mathys, ETH Zurich


 

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25/06/2020

Spill-over effects of sustainable behaviour
Presented by: Prof. Dr. Renate Schubert, ETH Zurich

 

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07/07/2020

Environmental monitoring
Presented by: Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hellweg, ETH Zurich; Dr. Christopher Mutel, Paul-Scherrer Institute; Prof. Dr. Joseph Francois, World Trade Institute, University of Berne

Participants

Co- Organizer

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