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SDG Learncast is a podcast series produced by UN SDG:Learn that features leaders and learners of the 2030 Agenda and the sustainable development goals (SDGs). It provides insightful conversations around the subject of sustainable development and learning, helping us all to achieve a sustainable future. The podcast will share stories from individuals and organizations working on the 2030 Agenda and SDGs and how they use learning and knowledge-sharing as vehicles for accelerating the implementation of the 2030 Agenda. How can learning help in adapting skillsets and mindsets? Can learning help change behavior towards a more sustainable living? How do leaders incorporate learning and knowledge-building on sustainable development in their daily lives? These are some of the questions that the podcast series will try to answer.
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.
Patrick van Weerelt
A solution to bridge the gap between science, policies, programmes, and practice is to use knowledge brokers, who are neutral intermediaries that function as an interface between the creators and users of knowledge. But what is knowledge brokering? Let's listen to Patrick van Weerelt of the UNSSC.
There is a tangible gap between the current climate science on the one hand and policymaking and practice on the other hand. How can we make climate and risk knowledge accessible to those who need them the most? In this episode, we speak with Loretta Hieber Girardet of UNDRR to learn more.
Goals are an essential part of any action agenda. But do goals work in the context of development? In this episode, we will revisit the UN goal-setting as a policy tool together with Prof. Jeffrey Sachs of SDSN.
Robert Marinkovich Akustina Morni
Hiring and retaining skilled workers is getting more difficult because new graduates are not prepared for current jobs. At the same time, achieving sustainable development among big and small businesses globally can sometimes be seen as slow. How can we address this gap? Listen to the #SDGLearncast
What lessons can we capture from the COVID-19 response to ensure that MSMEs are resilient to the looming climate crisis, and are drivers of an inclusive transition towards more sustainable economies? Listen to Raphaël Dard, Head of the SME Trade Academy of the International Trade Centre.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are key players and national economies around the world. They compose 99% of businesses in the OECD area. How can we make SMEs more sustainable and contribute to a better and sustainable future? Listen to Willem Overbosch at the SDG Learncast at #UNSDGLearn.
How does the World Bank uses learning and knowledge exchange to address extreme poverty, lift the bottom 40% of the population, and address SDG gaps in countries? Let's hear from Sheila Jagannathan, the Head of the World Bank Open Learning Campus.
How can we use learning in addressing complex global challenges such as food insecurity? SDG Learncast asks Cristina Petracchi, Leader of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) eLearning Academy on how the FAO supports countries in addressing the issues of food insecurity.
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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