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HLPF - Chief Sustainability Officers for SDGs - Shared screen with speaker view
Gerardo
57:25
Hello to all
Noke Kiroyan
57:32
Greetings from Indonesia!
Carlos.Pereyra
57:34
Good morning from Argentina
Lowden, Simon {PEP}
57:35
morning all
Luke Liebzie
57:41
Good day. I am Luke Liebzie (University of Ghana). I wish everyone a fruitful even!
Mao C.P. Group
57:42
Good evening from C.P. Group in Bangkok, Thailand.
Kevin Xu
57:48
good morning from California
iPhone de Viviane
57:54
Good morning from Brazil
Mark Wolf (he/his)
58:03
Good morning from Vermont, USA
manorama
58:10
Good evening from India
Viranon F.
58:13
Good Evening from Thailand
Joromanantsoa_Ministry of Industry, Trade and Craft, MADAGASCAR
58:16
Good afternoon from Madagascar
iPhone JPMA
58:25
Good morning from Guatemala. Juan Pablo Morataya from CentraRSE/ BCSD Guatemala
bkpadfield
58:25
Good morning from Canada
Anne Gadegaard, Novo Nordisk
58:26
Good afternoon from Copenhagen, Denmark
Marcio Senne de Moraes
58:28
Good morning from Brazil
Dirk.Nuyens
58:38
good afternoon from Brussels, Belgium
Marie-Helene Westholm-Knebel
58:48
Good afternoon from Zug, Switzerland
Scott
58:57
Good Morning from New York, NY
Mhershey
59:02
Good morning from Pennsylvania
Dr Mangesh Kashyap
59:10
Good Morning to all, from India
Poom Siraprapasiri CPG
59:12
Good evening from Bangkok, Thailand
SURYANARAYANA SARIPALLI
59:13
Engineer from India.I have association of more than 10 years with UN organisations.I am happy
GKY Gading Serpong
59:15
Good day for all of you from Indonesia
Adriannie TAMOHA
59:27
Greetings from Madagascar.
Natalia Korchakova-Heeb
59:42
Greetings from Frankfurt, Germany
Leonardo Santos - Newton University
59:52
Good morning! I'm Leonardo, Innovation Coordinator, Newton University, Brazil. Glad to connect with those interested in the integration between education and sustainable development www.linkedin.com/in/leonardofcrs
Yoshihisa Takasaki, Sumitomo Chemical
59:58
Good evening from Tokyo, at my home.
Carine De Boissezon
01:00:06
good afternoon from Paris on Bastille Day!
ENRIQUE PRINI ESTEBECORENA
01:00:10
Good day and Congrats from Buenos Aires Argentina
Enrico Caja
01:00:12
Greetings of Peace from the Philippines.
Ana Muro
01:00:13
Good morning from BCSD Argentina
Uta Jungermann
01:00:18
Welcome to everyone from all around the globe! Great to have you with us. My colleague Florian Micco and myself will be keeping an eye on the chat. Please use the chat function to pose your questions and we'll do our best to pass them on in the right moment.
Reza
01:00:22
Greetings from Indonesia
Wesley Thomson - Director
01:00:40
Afternoon All,
Veronika Pountcheva
01:00:41
Hallo everyone, greetings from Düsseldorf, Germany!
Alfonso Navarro Carvallo
01:00:41
Greeting, From Chile and Perú - EliteSDGs
pieter.idenburg
01:00:50
Greetings from the Netherlands
Dr. MP Sukumaran Nai
01:00:51
Good Evening, Dr MP Sukumaran Nair from Cochin, India
Cynthia Arce
01:00:52
Good evening from Manila
Rebecca Marmot
01:01:04
From London too! hello everyone
Whitney Mulobela
01:01:09
Greetings from Lusaka Zambia
Luis Fueyo
01:01:16
Luis Fueyo Mac Donld, CeIBA NGO in Mexico
Melissa Tier (Sustainability Manager, Swarthmore College)
01:01:29
Hello from Philadelphia, USA!
Rita Wehbé
01:01:30
good afternoon from Lebanon. This is Rita Wehbé from UNESCWA
Corina Radu
01:01:46
Hello to all! I am starting my sustainability journey with www.thesolution4impact.com where I put SDGs at the top of efforts for companies and individuals. Greetings from Bucharest and Vienna!
Sulema
01:01:52
Hello, here is Sulema Pioli, from Brazil
pete mcfc
01:02:00
Good Day to all from Manchester, UK. Pete Bradshaw, Manchester City Football Club.
Youn Sim
01:02:58
Good early morning from Los Angeles County California USA..
Dr. Maria R Nindita Radyati-CECT
01:03:02
Good evening from Indonesia, I am Maria Nindita Radyati, VP Learning at IGCN (Indonesia Global Compact Network) : https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariaradyati/
Marok, Anjali
01:03:07
Good morning everyone from New York, US.
iPhone de Viviane
01:03:24
Viviane Weingärtner by UNAPMIF from Brazil
Norine Kennedy
01:03:29
Greetings to all from Norine Kennedy, United States Council for International Business
Paul Shrivastava (CSO - Penn State Univ)
01:03:57
Hello all, from Central Pennsylvania - we are implementing SDGs at our 23 campuses across Pennsylvania
Cath Widjaja
01:04:03
good evening from indonesia Regards Cath Widjaja. IGCN
Bibiana Murga
01:05:48
Good morning, from Salta, Argentina
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01:06:29
Hlw... good afternoon from Bangladesh 🇧🇩
Christina
01:06:53
Good afternoon from Bangkok, Thailand
1eX8uasTJfwC3YENJ_901SwKgrAxFBbmRyb2lkU2hhcmVfOTQy
01:08:20
Md. Abdullah Al Mohiuddin Jonyfrom Bangladesh
Jonathan Sandigio
01:08:58
good evening from the philippines
Daniela Chavez
01:09:22
Hello!
Dan Thomas
01:09:28
Hello from Larchmont, NY
Daniela Chavez
01:09:29
grom Argentina
Sergio Rengifo
01:09:51
Good morning from BCSD Colombia
Andrew Petersen
01:10:37
Good evening from BCSD Australia
Md. Abdullah Al Mohiuddin Jony
01:10:45
Md. Abdullah Al Mohiuddin Jonyfrom BangladeshYouth-Led Voluntary Organisation- Lamppostwww.lamppost.org.bd
Uta Jungermann
01:11:29
Again welcome! if you can, please change your screen name in the zoom meeting to your full name. thank you!
manorama
01:11:30
these ppts will be available online
Uta Jungermann
01:11:49
Yes, the slides will be shared following the meeting.
manorama
01:12:09
Thanks
German Granda
01:12:28
Hello everyone from Foretica BCSD Spain. congratulations for this great iniative!
Luke Liebzie
01:20:55
Indeed, COVID-19 is affecting the world in a manner that rather promotes economic inequality. Whereas some people are losing, others are gaining massively from COVID-19. E.g. developers of computer devices and applications, manufacturers of medical equipment and reagents are earning and will earn millions from COVID-19. The United Nations and other bodies (and all of us, individually) have a great challenge: addressing this issue of inequality created/perpetuated by COVID-19. (Luke Liebzie, University of Ghana).
Karla Mola
01:23:14
Good Morning from Panama 🇵🇦 Sumarse GC Local Network Panama
Florian Micco
01:24:46
Welcome Karla and all our partners from WBCSD Global Network!
Anne Gadegaard, Novo Nordisk
01:24:58
Q: Recognising that all SDGs are important, what is Ms Ojiambo and Mr Harris' reflections on changes in focus on the SDGs as a results of COVID-19 and at the same time, entering into the decade of action?
Awatif's iPad
01:26:09
Awatif. alsuwaidi ..CEO of happiness and positivity from Dubai
CARITAS BOLIVIA
01:26:41
¿What do you think about the debt that the countries are obteining to response the pandemic situation?
manorama
01:30:03
The resources and the essential care services are disrupted due to Covid. World over we hear Gender violence increased, contraceptives and family planning services compromised. the finances are diverted towards Covid care. How can countries achieve SDG goals
Pradip Dey, India
01:36:03
We must remember that the crisis is not equally distributed; some farmers are more disadvantaged than others. All this means that the world is far off-track for meeting sustainable development goal 2, which commits all nation to ensure “No Hunger”. Any reflection by panel?
Claire Shapcott
01:38:07
What do you think the effects of Covid-19 and climate change will have on livelihoods for those people who rely on working animals for access to clean water and for transportation of people and goods?
CARITAS BOLIVIA
01:40:47
The farmers usually have a financial credits to buy machines and issues for their production. ¿How is the option for them in this situation?
CARITAS BOLIVIA
01:42:08
The reprograming credits is unsostenible
CARITAS BOLIVIA
01:45:13
¿How Do you propose actions for the farmers on investment, when the principal necesity is un access to credits?
Corina Radu
01:51:14
Hello, I have a question for @ArcelorMittal, how is the company making sure that building back business will be done better than before and how it will solve present challenges (e.g resources, human force, financial). thank you !
Dr. MP Sukumaran Nai
01:52:23
What we find around these pandemic days is that the momentum of advancing the SDGs gain momentum. The way of our living and doing business is changing fast adopting more and more low carbon strategies utilizing the current developments in IT and IIT enabled technologies.
junardy
01:52:39
Great actions by CP. Thanks you for sharing Khun Noppadol
Dr. MP Sukumaran Nai
01:56:33
Mr Udom, great to hear about the way you take care of the workforce.
Judith Okolo
01:58:29
Hello, I have aquestion @ Alan . Knight. In my country due to the pandemic, food price has doubled and many small holder farmers are forced out of business. How do we get them back in business especially where there livelihood depends on this.
Mao C.P. Group
02:00:59
Thank you Pak Junardy and Dr. MP Sukumaran - on behalf of Mr. Noppadol. Hope you both are well and healthy.
SURYANARAYANA SARIPALLI
02:02:45
Happy to hear from Mr.Allan.,i was associated with TISCO blast furnace expansion,steel in 1995
SURYANARAYANA SARIPALLI
02:03:35
Sorry spell check.Alan Knight
Dr. MP Sukumaran Nai
02:04:07
Mr Alan, Has ArcelorMittal is successful in reducing the environmental burden of steel making in recent years?
CARITAS BOLIVIA
02:06:59
The same situation is in all the countries in Latin America
Pradip Dey
02:07:07
Possibilities of introducing direct marketing of farm produce, especially perishable vegetables and fruits should be explored during lockdown under sincere supervision and proper protection so that people get fresh nutritious farm produce at reasonable rate and farmers get legitimate price for their produce.
CARITAS BOLIVIA
02:08:34
We to consider the culture factor too. because this is the principal challenge in Latin America
Pete Bradshaw, Manchester City Football Club
02:09:00
Loving this - a good afternoon, well spent - but how can we really work to encourage governments (principally) to incentivise businesses of all kinds and size to build Triple Bottom Line/Full circle budgets and economy - so that we can fully witness credible social values engagement, sustainable economics and best environmental practice, all underpinned with the recognition that this leads to stronger performance and results ?
Pete Bradshaw, Manchester City Football Club
02:12:36
… totally in line with the 'people first' messages.
Pradip Dey
02:13:35
I think main challenge of all nations in post COVID-19 situation is to attain SDGs in collaboration with all domestic and global stakeholders to accelerate efforts for a sustainable planet for the future generations.
Luke Liebzie
02:14:34
As we all talk of building back better/differently, I recommend that more scholarship packages be put in place by donors for students, post-COVID-19. Many parents have lost their jobs and, definitely, will be unable to pay school fees, after COVID-19. (Luke Liebzie, University of Ghana).
CARITAS BOLIVIA
02:17:11
Is a process
Helena Lindemark
02:17:23
I think one of the reasons why we so far haven’t achieved the action needed is that these are huge problems and long-term goals. Dividing the Roadmap to 2030 into milestones would help. In 2022 we will actually be halfway to 2030 since 2015 AND 50 years since the first UN Conference on sustainability was held in Stockholm in 1972. If organisations and nations set actionable targets now to be followed up in 2022, we could have something to celebrate in 2022.
Carlos.Pereyra
02:17:57
Amazing session with so qualified speakers , many thanks for sharing the lessons learned
Alfonso Navarro Carvallo
02:18:02
Excellents presentations and more successes SDGs
Rita Wehbé
02:18:03
Thank you all
Iana Aranda
02:18:11
Thank you to the panelists!
Pradip Dey, India
02:18:39
Thanks to all the panelists!
CARITAS BOLIVIA
02:18:44
Very interesting. Thank you all the panelist
Luis Fueyo
02:18:47
Thank you to the palelist
SURYANARAYANA SARIPALLI
02:19:05
Very excellent discussions.Good insight in to future.Happy to be here.
Melissa Villarroel
02:19:20
very interesting presentations and discussions
Judith Okolo
02:19:48
Thanks to all the panelist..its been a wonderful session
ENRIQUE PRINI ESTEBECORENA
02:20:03
Thamk you very much for arranging this useful meeting. Receive my warmest regards. Enrique. https://www.linkedin.com/in/enrique-prini-estebecorena-6655937/
Noke Kiroyan
02:20:58
Thank you to the panelists, moderator and organizers of this event.
Jenna Daugherty
02:21:34
This was a very compelling dialogue. Thank you to all who led and participated in today's conversations.
Helena Lindemark
02:21:51
Thank you for an excellent event!
Dr Mangesh Kashyap
02:22:30
Thanks to all panelist, it was excellent and thought provoking session, Congrats to Filipo Veglio for organising such intellectual interaction. From Dr Mangesh Kashyap . BNCA. India.
Md. Abdullah Al Mohiuddin Jony
02:24:49
Thanks 👌
Helena Lindemark
02:24:51
Agree. May be the last chance. And YES, WE CAN! (And we have to).
Emiko Nagasawa, Keidanren
02:26:58
Challenge Zero showcase examples are available in multiple languages.
Md. Abdullah Al Mohiuddin Jony
02:27:17
Yes we can!
Dirk.Nuyens
02:27:59
Have to drop off, thank you for this excellent session, fully engaged to build a better 'Post-reset' world. Dirk
Linden Edgell
02:28:10
All - apologies we could not get to questions from the audience today. Time was against us..
Noke Kiroyan
02:28:44
Fully understood, perhaps there will be another opportunity.
iPad
02:29:10
It would also be important to hear developing countries experiences regarding 5.0
librian angraeni - APP
02:29:55
Great session, many take aways. Thank you and good night from Indonesia
Huub Savelkouls, Philip Morris International
02:30:08
Thanks to Filippo and all speakers for this excellent session. Really worth participating !
Patrick Vandenbruaene Development Partners Secretariat Sri Lanka
02:30:48
Thank you from the Development Partners Secretariat in Sri Lanka. Great session !
Pete Bradshaw, Manchester City Football Club
02:30:54
Great session - many thanks Filippo and all. Stay safe, stay healthy. Pete
Dr. MP Sukumaran Nai
02:31:08
Thanks to DESA/WBCSD for organizing this great event and all the panellists for the excellent contributions. www.drmpsukumarannair.com
Kolbrún Björnsdóttir UNA Iceland
02:31:30
Thank you for a great session
Luke Liebzie
02:31:36
Thanks to WBCSD, UN DESA, all the speakers and everyone. Great programme! (Luke Liebzie, University of Ghana).
Md. Abdullah Al Mohiuddin Jony
02:31:38
Thanks to all. Excellent conversation. Goodnight from Bangladesh.
Kelly Landrigan yglf
02:31:55
Thank you very much to the organizers and presenters.
Leonardo Santos - Newton University
02:31:56
Thanks Filippo, painelists, WBCSD, and UN DESA!
Indah/ Indonesia BCSD
02:32:13
Thank you UN DESA and WBCSD! Great conversation.
Alejandra Cardenas
02:32:47
Great sesssion, Thank Filippo for help us to improve our knowledge with this kind us conversation,
Rita Wehbé
02:32:57
well done 👍
Ludovica Fioravanti FAO
02:32:59
Very interesting! Thank you!
Dr. Maria R Nindita Radyati-CECT
02:33:00
Thank you very much for a great sharing
Alfonso Navarro Carvallo
02:33:16
Many Thank you and more successes
Francisco Gutierrez
02:33:23
THANKS !!
Bibiana Murga
02:33:23
Many thanks! really interesting!
keidanren tomoko hasegawa
02:33:27
thank you,it has been a great session.
Marcio Viegas
02:33:28
Thank you WBCSD, UN DESA, namely Filippo: great moderation and insights. I miss meeting you but Well done!
Judith Okolo
02:33:30
Thanks UN DESA, and welldone from Okolo Judith, Nigeria
Uta Jungermann
02:33:31
thanks everyone for joining. Recording and slides will be made available soon. thank you and stay safe!
Carlos.Pereyra
02:33:31
Many thanks Filippo and Linden for facilitate a great seesiion. Look forward to continue our journey
junardy
02:33:33
Great Session. Thank you.
Eli Levy
02:33:34
Thanks!
Abi Nisaka
02:33:37
Thank you for this inspiring session
Francisco Gutierrez
02:33:40
Welldone
Josephine Satyono
02:33:40
Thanks
Melissa Villarroel
02:33:42
thank you for this great session. Excellent insights!