Sustainable Innovations Enabling Swift Transition of ESGs to SDGs
As we look out for ambitious answers to questions for integrating ESGs into SDGs, a critical challenge, in the initial decades of the 21st century and in need of repair for every cause. The time has come for key stakeholders, businesses and organizations to urgently come together, to build momentum and identify Global Common Goals
The The Economic Times SDGs Action Platform witnessed the largest global gathering of changemakers, individuals and organizations who have led their voice to the cause and are dedicated to attaining the SDGs in a timely manner and path towards ESG’s and Net Zero.
In continuance to the The Economic Times SDGs Summit 2021, and in collaboration with the Embassy of Sweden and Business Sweden, a Country Roundtable on “Sustainable Innovations Enabling Swift Transition of ESGs to SDGs” is being hosted on 28th October, 2021 from 3 to 4:30 pm.
Sweden is among the most sustainable countries globally in terms of CO2 emissions and is a leading example of maintaining economic growth in a decarbonised manner. Sweden has setup a goal to become carbon neutral by 2045. And has been at the forefront of sharing knowledge, transferring technologies, and promoting capacity and skill development under various initiatives. These initiatives have helped to introduce new technologies, promote economic and technical cooperation among various stakeholders and to promote, research and development cooperation between both the countries.