1.5-degree living and opportunities from visionaries in a post COVID world
Hot or Cool is partnering with the United Nations Environment Programme and IKEA on a webinar to launch a webinar series on leadership for transitioning to sustainable living.
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Webinar: 23.06.2020, 13.30 – 14.45 (CET)
Unprecedented events have thrust us to re-examine how we live. Not only our healthcare but all the interlinked systems that meet our daily needs and even what we really want in life. In a world under threat from global health concerns, economic challenges and biodiversity loss, and climate change, our living and lifestyle decisions will (collectively) determine our future. How can we better understand the impacts of what we need and want and find new ways for everyone to live healthy, better, and lighter? We need the evidence, new people-centric models and to effectively tap into the power of people.
Join global experts, UNEP, the One Planet Network for this kick-off webinar in the series Sustainable Living 1.5: Empowering people to live better and lighter. Experts from research, business, and media will offer their visions on: What are sustainable living and COVID19 trends? How can business contribute to building back better with a people-centric approach? How can media motivate the needed transformational change? These insights set the stage for the broader series of webinars that will inspire participants to drive change, highlight real ways for more sustainable living; and provide evidence and messages for action.
This webinar aims to provide visionary insights on sustainable living in a COVD19 context and introduce the broader webinar series.
13.30-13.40 Welcome: One Planet Network
13.40-13.50 Introduction and moderation: Garrette Clark, UNEP Sustainable Lifestyles Programme Officer
13.50-14.00 Lewis Akenji: Hot or Cool Panellists and a lead author research reports on sustainable living and lifestyles, including on 1.5-Degree Lifestyles and A Framework for Shaping Sustainable Lifestyles.
14.00-14.10 Malin Pettersson-Beckeman: Sustainability Communication & Engagement Management, Inter IKEA Group.
14.10-14.20 Claire Tavernier: Senior content and digital media advisor with a focus on young people, diversity, and media-led behaviour change. Former Head of Digital and Drama for Fremantle, producer of American Idol, Got Talent, and X-Factor; former CEO of media intervention NGO Girl Effect.
14.20-14.45 Moderated discussion and Conclusions
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Photo Credit: Eneas De Troya from Mexico City, México