Interviews

Structured Conversation IV | Sustainability

What is the future of multilateralism and a possible direction for global regulation in several areas, including sustainability? These issues are discussed in the scope of the "Reorientation of Multilateralism" project, in partnership with KAS. In the series of Structured Conversations, well-known specialists contribute to the debate. The series’ fourth structured conversation addressed topics revolving around the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the awareness of the relationship between nature and society, global public goods, green recovery plans, and the future of the Amazon. In the text, Emma Torres emphasizes: “Coalitions of scientists, informed consumers, civil society organizations, youth movements play a critical role to advance a global transformative change.”

What is the future of multilateralism and a possible direction for global regulation in several areas, including sustainability? These issues are discussed in the scope of the "Reorientation of Multilateralism" project, in partnership with KAS. In the series of Structured Conversations, well-known specialists contribute to the debate. The series’ fourth structured conversation addressed topics revolving around the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the awareness of the relationship between nature and society, global public goods, green recovery plans, and the future of the Amazon. In the text, Emma Torres emphasizes: “Coalitions of scientists, informed consumers, civil society organizations, youth movements play a critical role to advance a global transformative change.”

Participants in this publication

Izabella Teixeira
Trustee

Co-Chair of the UN International Resource Panel and Former Minister of Environment

Emma Torres
Vice-President of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network of the Americas

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