Green Growth Knowledge Partnership (GGKP) host the final session in a 7-part webinar series organized by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on Sustainable Living.
26 November 2020
  • Sustainable Lifestyles and Education

What are 1.5 lifestyle changes and how will we live? How can we upscale sustainable consumption and production in the COVID-19 era? How can the ingenuity of youth be harnessed to to create new green business models?

Sustainability influencer Louise Mabulo is an ardent proponent for better eating and food systems for all. In a #GGKPwebinar on 1 December (2-3:30pm CET), they will drill the climate change issue down to how we live and how we can live better and lighter. Panelists will delve into the difficult conversations we need to have around the government context we need to build back better, and the new business models needed to make healthy, sustainable living a reality for all.

To attend the webinar, register here

This is the final session in a 7-part webinar series organized by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on Sustainable Living. The series brought together thought leaders - almost 1 year into COVID-19 - to reflect on how to harness this window of opportunity to drive change for healthier, more sustainable living. Previous sessions have focused on:

Getting serious about living: 1.5-degree lifestyles and opportunities from visionaries in a post COVID world (23 June 2020)

There’s no place like home: Cities making sustainable living a reality (7 July 2020)

Keeping fashion close to home for better and lighter living (12 August 2020)

Dispelling myths on sustainability and people: If it’s the right thing to do why isn’t it (25 August)

Going to work or on vacation: Mobility in a post COVID context (15 September 2020)

Changing how and what we eat: Who can lead the way? (15 October 2020)

Tell me more and (maybe) I’ll do it: Consumer information for sustainable (20 October 2020)

  • Sustainable Lifestyles and Education
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Lifestyles