Join the GO4SDGs for the virtual event Youth: A driving force for innovative lifestyles under 1.5 degrees held on the margins of the 2021 YOUNGA Forum.
This event will delve into how we can change how we consume and explore how sustainable living can enable circularity. Policy makers will recount how and why some policy strategies have been successfully (or less successfully) implemented.We will also explore the positive externalities of health and well-being that can be achieved when we address environmental issues.
Evidence shows that all economies will have to adjust lifestyles and consumption levels to live below a 1.5-degree global rise in temperature, while attending to inequality and supporting wellbeing. In essence we need to re-think how we eat, move, live and choose to spend our time and resources. Moreover, we need to re-design the systems (infrastructure, policy, markets, technology, etc.) that support our current ways of living.
This event, hosted by Hot or Cool Institute and the Go4SDGs initiative, will explore how our future lifestyles need to change and pathways to future sustainable living.
The world is currently characterized by multiple global crises, which are highly interconnected and require fundamental, systemic changes to address their underpinning driving forces.
Join the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation for a discussion around the lessons that can be drawn out from crises such as the COVID-19 pandemic in view of ensuring a resilient sustainable future for Europe.
On the 28th of June 2022, Hot or Cool Institute, together with Policy Lead, Magnus Bengtsson, joined the webinar #3 Education for post-carbon green economies, the third event of the new series of monthly conversations on climate change education for social transformation. UNESCO-UNFCCC's Webinar Series consists of 8 webinars for this season, one on the …
Equitably and quickly distributing the world’s limited and fast-shrinking global carbon budget is one of the critical challenges of our time. This question is addressed by the Hot or Cool Institute’s Towards a Fair Consumption Space for All report in which CREDS researchers participated. Hosted by CREDS, this webinar features its researchers and other authors …