The United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a focus for global action on clean water, climate, good health, equity, and well-being. For Virtual Town Hall #1, we want to explore the challenges and opportunities of using digital innovation to bring attention and energize our communities around the SDGs and to connect all peoples in Canada with the natural world. Strengthening our personal connection to nature is a first step toward building awareness of what we could lose by not paying attention to our natural environment. With new digital tools to gather data about our physical and social environments, to share information and crowdsource solutions, what could a sustainable future in Canada look like?

Future Earth, Sustainability in the Digital Age, and the Canadian Science Policy Centre invite you to participate in this online dialogue series aiming to gather brilliant ideas on digital action for sustainability targets from all peoples living in Canada and Canadians around the globe. Specifically, we want to explore how digital innovation could help Canada achieve the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. Together, we want to collect ideas, solutions and recommendations from all sectors, regions, communities, Indigenous Nations, and other stakeholders.

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Date and Time
September 22, 2021 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Ticket Price
Free Event

Contact Information

Wendy Kuo
Project Manager