Relevant Guterres links- spring 2023 announces theme for college year 23-24 global futures in light of death of each sdg announced sept 23 after death of sdg4 edu announced sept 2022 with effectively 2 last schools years before un election year - guterres system tranformation of un2 digital roadmapping/tech envoy has miles to go - the only good news we can see in leapfrog forward is formation of guterres own ai mentir panel - diary notes here
AIgoodmedia - has any futures possible meet of intelligence of world leaders & engineers take place this summer before the UNGA - Guterres & Fei-Fei Li & ... has any meeting of minds been as important since Alpha 1 Kennedy & V Neumann &Compare world von neumann inspired economists saw in 1984 (as positive option to orwe''s negative one)
September UNGA on SDGs: Formal Resources - from UN HQ March 2023 month of sdg water summit , sdg5 women update, youth college year 23-24 Global Futures https://ggin.stimson.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Global-Futures-Forum-2023-Program.pdf
22-23 SDGS are dead who do we resurrect them- latest news UN foundation 7/27
-we believe this is the last sgd update report to be published before glossy version at UNGA september 2023 -please see this UN page which summarises its reporting and events schedules on sdgs
Strive not for one, but for all securities. The resilience and well-being of planet, people, environment, and ecosystems are degraded. A better future does not rest on one source of security, but on all necessary securities, including geopolitical, energy, climate, water, food, and social security. Strategies to embrace transformations should therefore be based on the principles of solidarity, equity and well-being, in harmony with nature.
Working as a human collective, time and resources must be used as judiciously and effectively as possible. The world is changing at an accelerated rate. Halfway to 2030, there is an ever-greater urgency to build momentum, embrace solidarity, and speed up progress on the SDGs. To do that, decision-makers need to use time and resources —human, knowledge, financial, and institutional, among others— as judiciously and effectively as possible, and take a systematic and strategic approach to drive and accelerate transformations.
Embracing transformations to achieve the SDGs. This report provides a synthesis of the key transformative shifts needed across different entry points (human wellbeing and capabilities, sustainable and just economies, food systems and healthy nutrition, energy decarbonization with universal access, urban and peri-urban development, and global environmental commons), as well as a framework for understanding how those transformations may unfold over time. It also presents practical examples and tools for fostering leadership and enhancing human capacities to engage with the acceleration mindset required to achieve the SDGs – locally, nationally and globally. The report synthesizes existing knowledge to cover three overarching themes
t0 which UN Foundation added this 7/27
Amid scorching heat waves, mounting food insecurity and threats of conflict across the globe, leaders met to assess progress on the Sustainable Development Goals.
"We are halfway to 2030 and yet nowhere near to achieving the SDGs. The bad news is we’ve lost seven years," Lachezara Stoeva, President of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) said. "The good news is, we still have seven years and victory is within our reach."
Let's roadmap future of UN, AI, and millennial sustainability goals
first some understanding from last 60 year