The two-day face-to-face event at the University of Canterbury is now a Virtual SDG Summit online on Thursday 2 September, with an online Climate Change Commission Panel featuring Dr Rod Carr and UC academics on Friday 3 September at 3-5pm. Both events are free.
If you have registered for the in-person event, you must re-register to attend the Virtual Summit. Tickets for the original in-person event have been cancelled and refunds issued.
The first 500 tickets for the Virtual summit were snapped up in a few days and we are now working on releasing more tickets. To join the waitlist please Register here now so you don’t miss out.
2021 Aotearoa Virtual SDG Summit ‘Collaboration for Systemic Change’
Participants can choose from 10+ interactive online workshops, over two sessions, exploring collaborative action-planning, along with breakout sector-based kōrero, networking and short project showcases.
The SDG Declaration for Aotearoa will take shape during the summit, with participants contributing to the declaration and signing up to affirm their commitment to creating positive change.
Hon Nanaia Mahuta (Waikato-Tainui, Ngāti Maniapoto and Ngāti Manu), Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, will deliver the opening address of the summit. The Office of the Auditor General will also report on the Government’s preparedness to implement the SDGs.
Built into the programme are carefully timed SDG3: Good Health and Wellbeing breaks. You can tune in at any point throughout the two days.
See the online programme details on our website here
Climate Change Targets Research Panel
All academic staff have been emailed about this research-focused online event on 3 September to join the conversation on how we can make a difference in solving the challenge of future climate change emission targets.
Tickets for the Virtual SDG Summit include the Research Challenges in Meeting Future Climate Change Emissions Targets panel on Friday 3 September, 3pm – 5pm, with:
- Climate Change Commission Chair Dr Rod Carr;
- Professor of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Canterbury and IPCC core writing team member for AR6 Bronwyn Hayward MNZM;
- General manager transformation at Ngai Tahu Holdings Dean Fraser and
- Professor of Geography at the University of Canterbury Simon Kingham
Or you can register separately for the Climate Change Targets Research panel here.