Sustainable Development Goals 360 Thinking: A Global Human Ecology Strategy for Equity, Prosperity and Care of Earth
Global Human Ecology Lecture Series
Wednesday, October 11, 2023
Wisconsin Idea Room 1199, Nancy Nicholas Hall
Director for Global Health and Human Ecology, Lori DiPrete Brown, will share insights on how local governments can utilize the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to address complex challenges like poverty, inequality, and climate change. She will introduce a systematic and transformative model called SDG 360 Thinking. This is a lecture series hosted by the Global Human Ecology Interest Group at the School of Human Ecology. Hope to see you there!