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2023-09-18T19:24:39.103Z

Highlights: Live from New York at 10 am on ANSA.it (ANSA). On the occasion of the second SDG Summit, the quadrennial appointment organized by the United Nations. The event will be an opportunity to return the results of the summit, the commitments made, and to comment on the next steps to complete the 2030 Agenda, just seven years before the deadline. Tuesday, September 19 at 16:00 Italian (at 10:00 New York time) will be connected with Enrico Giovannini, Scientific Director ASviS.


Live from New York at 10 am on ANSA.it (ANSA)


On the occasion of the second SDG Summit, the quadrennial appointment organized by the United Nations to take stock of the implementation of the 2030 Agenda with the Heads of State and Government gathered in New York for the General Assembly, ASviS organizes an event to deepen some of the crucial nodes of the summit, 'ASviS Live -Special SDG Summit'. Connected from New York, with guests from civil society, institutions and the United Nations, the event will be an opportunity to return the results of the summit, the commitments made, and to comment on the next steps to complete the 2030 Agenda, just seven years before the deadline.

Tuesday, September 19 at 16:00 Italian (at 10:00 New York time) will be connected from New York with Enrico Giovannini, Scientific Director ASviS, also guests of civil society, institutions and the United Nations. In the studio, from Rome, moderates Monica Paternesi, ANSA journalist. The event will be attended by Elena Avenati, Private Sector and SDGs Advocacy Manager, Save the Children; Gilberto Pichetto Fratin, Minister of the Environment and Energy Security; Stefano Gatti, Special Envoy for Food Safety; Teresa Castaldo, Director General for Development Cooperation; Marina Ponti placeholder image Director of the SDG Action Campaign

The event will be visible in live streaming on ANSA.it from 16.

"The new national strategy for sustainable development (SNSVS) can be a fundamental tool to push Italy towards the 2030 Agenda, provided it is implemented immediately", says Enrico Giovannini in a note, commenting with satisfaction on the approval of the new National Strategy for Sustainable Development by the Interministerial Committee for the ecological transition.
The strategy "clearly indicates 72 strategic objectives related to the 17 Goals of the 2030 Agenda and identifies the enabling levers to fully integrate sustainability into all public policies. Seven years later than the signing of the 2030 Agenda, policy coherence, the culture of sustainable development and the participation of civil society finally become essential elements of the process on which the government has decided to engage", explains Giovannini from New York, where he is participating in the UN Summit on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.



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