Thesis Collaboration with Lorenzo Villani
Global warming is moving in fast, we have only one decade to slow it down. It’s time to speed up and scale up.
The United Nations have declared this decade, the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. This decade is crucial and we have to make the transition to a sustainable way of living. To put action to words, all United Nations Member States adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, as a universal call to action to protect the planet and end poverty and inequality by 2030.
In total there are 17 SDGs and they are integrated; action in one area will affect outcomes in others. The funding of these goals come not only from the public sector but also from the private sector. SDGs provide a framework for addressing and resolving challenges.