Five years into the agenda, 2020 will be a key critical for accelerating
Five years into the agenda, 2020 will be a key critical for accelerating progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. 2020 is also the kick start of the Decade of Action announced by the UN Secretary-General and marks the UN’s 75th anniversary. The 2020 edition of the SDG Global Festival of Action will be a milestone to raise the visibility and impact of these global initiatives, with great focus on local and innovative actions and solutions that can lead to transformative change toward the SDGs.The SDG Global Festival of Action is a ground-breaking event designed by and for the international SDG action community and powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign with the support of the German Federal Government and partners to bring together SDGs activists, artists, innovators and leaders from the different sectors to connect and find new ways to inspire individuals and organizations to take action for people and the planet. The 2020 Festival will feature a range of session, workshop and meeting formats each positioned to further understanding and awareness, build practical skills and networks and be inspired by SDG Leaders. The Festival also nurtures the growing SDG Action Community by making available a global platform to launch new campaigns, host network meetings and scout new initiatives and changemakers working towards the achievements of the Goals.
FUTURE MOBILITY: INNOVATION+RESILIENCE CoMotion MIAMI brings together the brave new world of
FUTURE MOBILITY: INNOVATION+RESILIENCE
CoMotion MIAMI brings together the brave new world of the urban mobility revolution - with a special focus on the extraordinary dynamism in Miami and South Florida, and in Central and South American cities.
CoMotion MIAMI ’20: Where Florida’s High-Tech Economy Converges with Latin America’s Innovative Urbanism. Technology, Policy and Business leaders Come Together to Design the Future of Urban MobilityIt’s official, mobility is heating up! That’s why we’re bringing CoMotion to Miami’s hottest neighborhood – The Wynwood Art District, this April 2nd and 3rd. Florida’s high-tech economy converges with Latin America’s innovative urbanism for a whole new CoMotion, covering hot topics like micromobility, UAM, autonomy, hydrogen, and so much more. We’ll be zooming in on hot mobility themes like the impact of autonomy and electric mobility on large real estate developments, urban air mobility, urban water mobility, and the resilience of transit systems in the face of climate change. Plus so much more. Meet and exchange with the most cutting-edge mobility innovators in the Americas, as well as key public officials from Portland and Fort Lauderdale to Buenos Aires and Bogota. We look forward to you joining us in Miami, this April 2nd & 3rd in The Wynwood Art District.
Location: Florida, United States
BreakThroughs: The Tulane Public Health and Social Justice Film Festival explores issues
BreakThroughs: The Tulane Public Health and Social Justice Film Festival explores issues at the intersection of these two topics. Issues like gun violence, reproductive health and rights, racial health disparities, mental health, infectious diseases, and more. The festival will showcase differing points of view and diverse voices. The festival will feature a screening of Shareable's “The Response: How Puerto Ricans Are Restoring Power to the People,” which explores the mutual aid centers, or Centros de Apoyo Mutuo, that sprung up across the island after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in 2017. During the festival, in the adjacent Diboll Gallery, visitors will have the unique opportunity to view “The American Dream Denied,” a moving gallery exhibition organized by the Critical Visualization and Media Lab at Tulane University. The exhibition explores the plight of the New Orleans residents of Gordon Plaza and their efforts to relocate.
Location: Louisiana, United States
This free event co-hosted by the Holistic Health Learning Center and Shareable
This free event co-hosted by the Holistic Health Learning Center and Shareable will feature a presentation about how to build collective resilience in the wake of disasters, a screening of Shareable's 30-minute documentary film “The Response: How Puerto Ricans Are Restoring Power to the People,” and a Q&A with the film's producer, Tom Llewellyn. Please bring snacks, drinks or another dish for the potluck. This event will take place as part of the 2020 Gandhi-King Season for Nonviolence: 80 Days (Jan. 30-April 20) of Practice - Applying Principles of Love and Wisdom to Daily Life "We are living in a historic moment. We are each called to take part in a great transformation. Our survival as a species is threatened by global warming, economic meltdown, and an ever-increasing gap between rich and poor. Yet these threats offer an opportunity to awaken as an interconnected, beloved community." -Desmond Tutu SNV Mission: To articulate and practice the principles, values, and skills underlying NV living in 3 areas: Self: personal growth/development (Personal Self), Others: intelligent relationship (Social Self) World: aligning culture with nature (Eco-Cultural / Global Self) — fostering collective awakening and a world that works for the common good.
Location: California, United States
You already get that every business has risk. And you probably understand that
You already get that every business has risk. And you probably understand that identifying and mitigating risk can mean the difference between success and failure. This is especially true for innovative and disruptive marketplace startups. But with so much information out there, where do you start?
As the first and only conference focused on risk management and legal strategy for marketplace startups, the ecosystem has turned to the Marketplace Risk Management Conference because it’s the most comprehensive source of education, networking and information sharing. Join investors, founders, executives, lawyers and operators from marketplace startups in the sharing, gig, on-demand, peer-to-peer and collaborative economy.
Location: California, United States
With emerging technology, new players in the mobility mix, and the approach
With emerging technology, new players in the mobility mix, and the approach of autonomy, it’s more important than ever for mobility stakeholders and advocates from around the world to gather, discuss, and learn. The Carsharing Association (CSA) conference in Vancouver will equip carsharing organizations and other attendees with an actionable toolkit of data, strategies, practical operating solutions and case studies to optimize their growth. Participants attending the 2020 conference will set the stage for the rapid progression of the industry and strengthening the role of carsharing in the next era of mobility.
Location: British Columbia, Canada
Join the global community of purpose-led innovators at the leading conference for
Join the global community of purpose-led innovators at the leading conference for sustainability and brand professionals: SB’20 Long Beach. Over the course of four days, 300+ guest speakers and 2,500+ attendees will convene in Southern California at the Long Beach Convention Center to explore actionable solutions around the world’s most pressing environmental and social challenges. With nine educational tracks, you’ll find customizable content most relevant to your brand. Since 2006, Sustainable Brands has been building the premier global business community of sustainability-led innovators, and laying the groundwork for a regenerative future. Now, we’re ready to move forward with even greater conviction to restore ourselves, our brands, our businesses, and our planet… Get ready to learn, collaborate, and be inspired. Join us this June 1-4 to learn the latest developments in sustainable business and to meet the leaders behind the movement.
Location: California, United States
The fourth Open Co-op conference has a new theme for 2020. On
The fourth Open Co-op conference has a new theme for 2020. On the 11th and 12th of June 2020 they will be focusing on: Practical solutions to co-create a collaborative, regenerative economy that puts people and planet before profit.
Location: United Kingdom
The Oxford Internet Institute in collaboration with the Oxford Martin Programme on
Confirmed guest keynote presenters:
- Arne Kalleberg, Kenan Distinguished Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Catherine Thomas, Associate Professor of Managerial Economics and Strategy, London School of Economics and Political Science
- Michael Barrett, Professor of Information Systems & Innovation Studies, University of Cambridge
- Vili Lehdonvirta, Associate Professor, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
- Gretta Corporaal, Research Fellow and British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
- Alex Wood, Lecturer in Sociology of Work, University of Birmingham
- Otto Kässi, Economist, Research Institute of the Finnish Economy
Location: England, United Kingdom
The Playground for the New Economy festival is back in Frome from
The Playground for the New Economy festival is back in Frome from 14-16 July 2020 and you can now buy your ticket or use our new Payment Plan to secure your place! Join us for three days of inspiring conversations, interactive workshops, idea surgeries, virtual reality experiences, live podcasts, sustainable food, craft beer, wild swimming, and live music.Download last year's programme!
GlampingThere are some glamping tents available for booking. Get the full details of the options available on the Field 725 website. Please add them to your booking along with your ticket(s) below.
Location: United Kingdom