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Friday, December 31, 2021

 United Nations SDG Learncast  https://www.unsdglearn.org/podcast/how-can-we-use-science-technology-and-innovation-sti-in-achieving-a-sustainable-future/

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UN SDG:Learn Podcast

Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) Forum of the United Nations

UN SDG:LEARNPODCAST

03/05/2022

Mr. Sergiy Kyslytsya, the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations Mr. Kennedy Godfrey Gastorn, the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Tanzania to the United Nations

Science and technology intricately mesh together with society. You cannot see one without the other. In this episode, we speak with the Science, Technology, and Innovation co-chairs of the STI Forum–Ambassador Sergiy Kyslytsya and Ambassador Kennedy Godfrey Gastorn to talk about STI for the future.

The role of futurists in achieving sustainable development

UN SDG:LEARNPODCAST

Sohail Inayatullah

In the face of complex development challenges, particularly in the context of Covid-19, what can we learn from the future? SDG Learncast asks Professor Sohail Inayatullah, UNESCO Inaugural Chair for Future Studies.

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