Join us for the fifth event in Re-claiming the Future - an online discussion series looking at how we can nurture our ability to think, plan and dream for the long term.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and improve the lives and prospects of people across the globe. Together, they provide a blue-print for long-term sustainability and human flourishing. In this event, we explore what it would take to successfully achieve the goals by the 2030 deadline and the consequences for our collective future.
About the series
Re-claiming the Future is a fortnightly online event series curated by RSA Oceania and the RSA Sustainability Network. For the full event listings or to book a series ticket, please visit the series page.
Humanity stands at a critical juncture: our political, economic and societal decision making is focused on the short-term and is threatening the long-term survival of our species and our planet. The path we choose from here will determine the legacy we leave for future generations. Now, more than ever, we urgently need to expand our time perspectives – to think and plan for the long term so can we reclaim the future for coming generations.
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