Geneva 2030 Ecosystem
The Geneva 2030 Ecosystem is a multi-stakeholder initiative to mobilize the capacity, skills, experience, ideas and motivation of Geneva-based actors toward realizing the 2030 Agenda.
A transformative agenda requires transformative approaches to how we gather and present knowledge and learning; how we make relevant data available; how we design and manage partnerships; how finance is mobilized; and how the different players in the economic, social and environmental spheres reconfigure to rise to the challenge of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Geneva 2030 Ecosystem aims to create the space for this kind of transformative thinking and action.
The Ecosystem utilizes innovative approaches like systems thinking, social change theory, foresight methodologies and user-centred design to align collective knowledge, foster new partnerships, share lessons learned and support the creation of solutions to cross-cutting challenges and barriers to successful implementation of the 2030 Agenda.
IISD acts as a lead convener of the Geneva 2030 Ecosystem along with the SDG Lab at UN Geneva.
More info on the activities and approaches of Geneva 2030 can be found at geneva2030.org.
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