Organizer: MARCIN PAWEL JARZEBSKI
Format: Online, Evening
SDG Labs – Biodiversity-Solutions for Change The SDG Labs is a virtual session with 5 teams from different continents, addressing how various biodiversity-utilizing approaches can be used as a soliton for achieving sustainability. The biodiversity-based SDG Labs are groups that bring together participants from a range of research disciplines and sectors of society to develop solutions to complex problems that help to make progress towards implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Solutions that SDG Labs propose are anchored on biodiversity, evidence-based, have legitimacy within the stakeholder groups, identifying pathways to societal transformation, mapping actors, and evaluating synergies, trade-offs and risks. In this session, the biodiversity-based SDG Labs will present their mid-term or results. It will be a mid-term platform for communication between project groups, it will facilitate planning for the next step for lab activities and scaling up their actions to regional or national level. The aspiration of the SDG labs is that they plant seeds of change that can grow and spread, inspire and provide knowledge for transformation on a greater scale.
Themes: Integrated Action for the SDGs, Knowledge-to-Action