Professional seminar on Sustainability transition
Implementing the Sustainable Transition: Agenda 2030, the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the European Green Agreement
In collaboration with the International Network of Solutions for the Sustainable Development of the United Nations (www.unsdsn.org ), the Training and Lifelong Learning Center of the Athens University of Economics and Business (https://www.aueb.gr/ ) Prof. Koundouri, as the Scientific Coordinator, is running a Professional training course on “Implementing the Sustainable Transition: Agenda 2030, the Paris Agreement on Climate Change and the European Green Agreement”.
The total duration of the program is 51 hours. The seminar focuses on the six pillars of sustainable transition (roadmap2050.report): 1. Education, gender, inequality 2. Health, well-being and demographics 3. Energy degeneration and sustainable industry 4. Living on land, living on water, fighting poverty and hunger and sustainable development 5. Sustainable cities and communities 6. Digital revolution and sustainable development; Which are governed by the two basic principles: A. The "leaving no one behind" strategy ; B. The circular economy.
Teaching Material (Subject) 1. Composing the field for the transition to Sustainability: United Nations Agenda 2030, Paris Agreement on Climate Change, European Green Agreement 2. Sustainable Financing 3. Stranded Assets 4. Circular Economy 5. Energy Dignitization 6. Digital Revolution for Sustainable Development 7. Blue Growth, Sustainable Shipping and Ports 8. Electronic Mobility 9. Sustainable Management and Management Methods with Emphasis on Local Government 10. Waste Management 11. Sustainable Education 12. Innovation and Start-ups 13. Legal Aspects of Environmental Sustainability. Public and Private Investments 14. Legal Framework of the European Union and Sustainable Development 15. Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development.
The seminar is addressed to executives from the private and public sectors and to young scientists and researchers.