Exago commits to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Exago

As we celebrate Human Rights Day 2020, we at Exago officially join public and private organizations worldwide acting to promote the UN 2030 Agenda and meet the Sustainable Development Goals. The post Exago commits to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development appeared first on Exago.

The Decade of Action: Innovation & Sustainability 2030

ITONICS

With just ten years remaining to meet the goals set out in the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development , there’s a greater sense of urgency to increase our collective efforts to mitigate the impact of climate change and limit global warming to 1.5º

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THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE: VISIONS for 2030

InnovationLabs

The report studies five diseases in five countries, compares the current situation with the ideal for 2030, and suggests policy initiatives to improve both access and equity. The vision for 2030 as articulated in the WEF paper suggests the need for significant improvements to care, as well as better and much more equitable access. The post THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE: VISIONS for 2030 appeared first on innovationslab.

THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE: VISIONS for 2030

InnovationLabs

Health care is of course a topic of great interest and concern globally, as the confluence of macro factors have converged to make it one of the most significant issues facing leaders and citizens in all nations. As we are all aware, advances in diagnosis and treatment are coming almost daily, as new approaches and […]. Anticipating the Future Innovation Strategy and Innovation Visual Modeling

What Will our Children Do? 20 Jobs of the Future

InnovationManagement

The study highlighted new jobs that might emerge in the global economy by 2030 as a result of exponential developments and breakthroughs in science and technology. Back in January 2010 we wrote a report for UK government on The Shape of Jobs to Come. Many of those are now real jobs and the rest are still likely to materialise. Editorial Trend Alert

Drones Are Taking Off: Here's Who Stands to Profit

Rocketspace

At Rocketspace, we expect based on our research that there will be 1 billion drones in usage by 2030. We aren't the only one who see a huge market emerging — Goldman Sachs forecasts a $100 billion market opportunity emerging between now and 2020. Corporate Innovation Corporate-Startup Partnerships Drones

24 Innovative Startups Making Climate Change Impact in 2019

Rocketspace

The United Nations panel on climate change warned the world of irreversible climate impact as early as 2030. The devastating effects of climate change are undeniable. We’ve all witnessed heartbreaking viral news: a starving polar bear , whales washing up on shores with car parts in their stomachs , the deadliest wildfires in California history , and the worst tornadoes in Alabama in 30 years.

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Responsible AI Practices Your Organizations Should Follow For Better Trust

Acuvate

trillion to the global economy by 2030, as a result […].

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The future of renewable energy: kite power

Idea to Value

By 2030, wind turbine power is estimated to fall in price from about $175/MWh (2016) to $95/MWh (2030), but Kite Power could have a cost of $50/MWh. Despite what the current US president keeps saying, renewable energy is the way that the world will be powered in the future. Two of the most established technologies which already provide electricity to millions of people are solar power and wind power.

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Join our FutureWorkforce Online Community

100%Open

What will work be like by 2030? With a maximum community of 300 people, we think you’ll like those odds, but more, we hope you’ll find the subject matter interesting enough to get involved and help the MOD plan for 2030 and beyond.

The Innovative Home: Sustainable, Smart, Mainstream

Innovation Excellence

This piece looks at the future between now and 2030, and predicts that the greatest need for innovation is going to be in green and smart construction in both residential and commercial construction. The article offers specific examples of current and future innovations in this area, with the goal of not only a cleaner environment, but better architectural designs in the future. . Design Sustainability Technology Trends architecture future Green Design Home Design smart homes

From MW to GW’s of Renewable Hydrogen using Electrolyzers

Paul Hobcraft

In summary, the goal of the Germany initiative is to generate demand of 90-110 TWh by 2030 with up to 5GW of Hydrogen produced through Electrolyzers of installed capacity, then to provide an additional 5GW by 2035. GW of electrolyzer investments by 2030.

Do we really care about (artificial) intelligence?

Norbert Bol

Further we as global citizens are discovering new grounds as we have decided to transform the world according to the UN Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. United Nations (2015), Transforming our world: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Developmen t.

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The Innovation Intensity needed in the Energy Transition

Paul Hobcraft

That lack of commitment to change to a clean energy pathway is, in my opinion, plainly wrong as we have a finite period between 2020 and 2030 to make the energy transition to renewables unstoppable. GtCO2 by 2030 – despite expected industrial production growth.

Remembrance 2020 – Get involved from home

100%Open

Your participation in our crowd will help the MOD transform their recruitment of UK Defence (defined as the UK Armed Forces, Reserve Forces and MOD Civil Service) in the future, 2030 and beyond.

Want to Upskill People? Start With Mindset First

Game-Changer

In the upcoming summit, the World Economic Forum is setting the Next Economy agenda to provide better jobs, education and skills to 1 billion people by 2030. One of the biggest challenges in the Next Economy is upskilling people.

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Bold predictions on the connected future of healthcare innovation

Xinova

In 2030 phones will reach out of hospitals and touch the lives of virtually everyone, leveraging mobile platforms, IoT, and AI by Eliot Baker The explosion of the Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting the notion of who and what can be monitored and managed—and from where, and for how long.

Understanding the Innovation Landscape needed for Enabling Technologies in the World’s Energy Transition

Paul Hobcraft

The period 2020 to 2030 is absolutely critical for investments not just to be pledged but effectively deployed on the ground in the physical solutions and effective operation needed to make this energy transition required on track to reach the climate goals.

Attune to the unusual!

Norbert Bol

Last week during the 48th World Economic Forum in Davos-Klosters in Switzerland there was plenty of attention for the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The cumulative effect of these incremental eco-innovations can be significant, however they do not match the urgency of the UN 2030 goal. In specific there was a call for accelerating innovation to become more sustainable, because at the current pace of innovation today we will not achieve these goals in time.

How to fight climate change with innovative business models

The BMI Lab Blog

Other sectors are catching up as well – BMW announced to cut emissions by 1/3 until 2030 while tying bonuses of the board of directors to this goal. By 2030, these will be neutralized by their carbon removal efforts.

Are You Working On the World’s To-Do List?

Tim Kastelle

It was an agenda of actions and targets to reach by 2030. The first target is: By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 There are a number of major challenges facing the world today. Poverty, climate risk, war – the list goes on. In 2015, the United Nations released a list they called the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.

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Are You Working On the World’s To-Do List?

Tim Kastelle

It was an agenda of actions and targets to reach by 2030. The first target is: By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 There are a number of major challenges facing the world today. Poverty, climate risk, war – the list goes on. In 2015, the United Nations released a list they called the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.

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Are You Working On the World’s To-Do List?

Tim Kastelle

It was an agenda of actions and targets to reach by 2030. The first target is: By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 There are a number of major challenges facing the world today. Poverty, climate risk, war – the list goes on. In 2015, the United Nations released a list they called the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.

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Are You Working On the World’s To-Do List?

Tim Kastelle

It was an agenda of actions and targets to reach by 2030. The first target is: By 2030, eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere, currently measured as people living on less than $1.25 There are a number of major challenges facing the world today. Poverty, climate risk, war – the list goes on. In 2015, the United Nations released a list they called the Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs.

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#1,968 – Week In Review

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

Virgin Hyperloop One is hoping to start commercial operations in 2030. A quick look at everything that tickled my fancy this past week: Virgin Hyperloop.

The AI Revolution: Stats, Trends and Developments in 2019

Game-Changer

trillion by 2030 thanks to AI. The Next Economy will be driven by 10 key emerging technologies , underpinned by artificial intelligence. AI will affect all areas of our lives, given that it’s a hot topic of conversation, and one every organization should be discussing, the below stats will give you a better understanding of AI’s current state and its future scope : By 2025, the global AI market is expected to be almost $60 billion; in 2016 it was $1.4 billion.

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#1,522 – 6G

Greatest. Idea. Ever.

And while it may not be ready until 2030, the early indications are that it would be worth the wait. It may not be ready until 2030 but when it is ready it’ll likely be the driving force behind most of the technological advancements that will be pushing society forward a decade from now. We barely even have 5G yet and already there is talk of something even better coming along: 6G! A truly game-changing technology that could offer blazingly fast connection speeds.

Questions for the 4th Industrial Age

Innovation Excellence

UNESCO’s Sustainable Development Goal 4 requires that all of its 193 member states spends 4-6% of GDP and / or 15-20% of total public expenditure on education by 2030.

How we cultivate sustainability and help our customers do the same

Wazoku

The Wazoku Save the World campaign aims to help businesses look internally at what ways they can contribute towards the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Get involved in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainability and crowdsource new ideas to help the world achieve our Global Sustainable Development Goals.

Open Innovation: A critical success factor when you build your innovation journey

IdeaScale

In 2030, 75% of the global employees will be “digital natives,” who grew up surrounded by mobile devices, mobile communication and the Internet. We are currently experiencing one of the most significant transformations of our history. The Internet of Things” has become a reality and more than 1 billion users are online in social networks everyday, influencing products and brands. Their interactive behavioral patterns are constantly shifting and a pre-digital world is now inconceivable.

Zero Waste Movement: understand the fundamentals of sustainability

mjvinnovation

Never before have so many people entered the consumer economy – by 2030, there will be more than 2.5 The action aims to minimize human action’s consequences on ecosystems through practices that encourage sustainable natural cycles.

Continuing the Energy Transition Journey

Paul Hobcraft

One account is around $20 trillion up to 2030. Source: [link]. This week I have had one of those most intense periods of researching and then absorbing the material around different energy issues. Everywhere you turn, you stumble across reports on one aspect or another of the energy transformation we are undertaking. I am looking at this energy transition through the eyes of the innovator, as it offers so much in new solutions and designs that any innovator would love to be part of.

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The Innovation Narrative: Connecting the dots

Innovation 360 Group

So we decided who we were and expressed our vision that our methods and tools should be used to help solve one of the UN’s 17 sustainability goals by 2030.

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Now Is The Time To Get To Know The Modern Buyer

Brunner

By 2030, Millennials will make up 75% of B2B buyers, and the things that matter to them today will be even more vital to the success of your brand tomorrow. As you know the Millennial cohort (born between 1981-1996) is a focal point for almost all B2C marketers. They have developed new buying behaviors and influence other generations to follow suite, forced change on go-to-market strategies, and essentially determine the fate of most brands.

8 Strategies to Improve Employee Retention

CMOE

Here are a few facts: By 2030, the global skill crisis will reach a shortage of 85 million people. In a time when almost 40% of employees switch jobs every year and 45% of employers say that they are unable to find employees with the right skills, employee-retention strategies are a top concern for talent managers. The larger the organization, the harder it is to find the right fit and retain the employees they manage to get on board.

A Guide to Smart Cities

Innovation Walk

With the world’s population increasing at rapid rates, urbanisation has accelerated to the point where 68% of the world’s population will live in urban areas by 2050 and there will be 39 megacities by 2030, according to the United Nations and Euromonitor International , respectively. Bill Gates once said that “The internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow.” What if it’s becoming a city centre instead? That’s the question that smart cities are here to answer.

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The Hard-to-Abate sectors need innovation solutions to reach Net-Zero Co2 Emissions

Paul Hobcraft

Most of these centers around 2030, but where I keep coming back to is the discussions around Net-Zero carbon emissions. Source: [link]. I have been looking at those Hard-to-Abate sectors for reaching Net-Zero Co2 Emissions like the cement, steel, plastics, aviation, shipping, and heavy road transport within our need for a global energy transition.

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yet2 Insights: The Future of IoT

Yet2

By 2030 we are expected to have more than 100 billion devices uploading and responding to real time data collection. While it’s hard to know exactly what 2030 will be like, IoT is a technology that both reveals and opens exciting new doors. What does the future hold for IoT? The Internet of Things (IoT) has exploded into the tech world over the past decade.

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Innovating for Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs)

100%Open

These innovations are providing solutions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a set of 17 connected aims for the world that countries are encouraged to adopt by the year 2030. Albert Einstein once said that “the crisis is the best blessing that can happen to people and countries because the crisis brings progress”. Indeed, innovation is being brought about by global crises currently happening in the country and around the world today.

AI System Better than Doctors at Predicting Heart Disease Deaths

IdeaConnection

According to the McKinsey Global Institute , about 70% of companies worldwide will embrace at least one form of AI by the year 2030. The adoption of artificial intelligence solutions by many industries continues apace. One sector currently experiencing a surge in the development of AI tools and research into their utility is health and medicine.

What the future of work will mean for jobs, skills, and wages

The Inovo Group

In summary, they conclude that in total, there will be more people employed in 2030 than there are today but that between 400 and 800 million people globally will need to change jobs from what they are doing today. With all of the various writings and talks about the future of AI and what it will do to work, one would be hard pressed to come up with a clear picture of a likely future. The doomsayers portray a world of massive unemployment and social disruption.

Can We End of Poverty in a Decade?

Innovation 360 Group

1 goal on that list is “No poverty by 2030.”. #InnovateForABetterWorld. In July of 2017, the UN released its latest update on their progress toward 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The No. Some business and public sector leaders have been taken aback by how audacious that goal sounds. Is it reasonable, they ask, to imagine that poverty could be eradicated in just a little over a decade? What they may not realize is that nearly a billion people have escaped extreme poverty since 1999.

Is the Circular Economy lost in transition?

Norbert Bol

trillion until 2030 in the EU according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. Next week is the Dutch Circular Economy Week. A week where circular principles are presented and discussed to make more progress towards a full circular economy, where there is no no waste and there is a minimal negative impact on the planet’s natural resources. A week dedicated to the Circular Economy is useful in my opinion, to see and feel the progress that is being made.