Sustainable Development Goals: “no add-on for business as usual” (Part 2)

Pia Hettinger (PH): The progress of the SDGs will be evaluated annually. Where do we stand today ?

PH: Looking specifically at the issue of climate action, what is your conclusion about COP26 in Glasgow in 2021?

PH: You do advise companies on their sustainability strategies. Do you see a big danger for the SDGs in green washing?

PH: What is the role of the construction sector in achieving the goals?

PH: Is resilience the new big term? What will come after 2030?

PH: Finally, a personal question: what is your worldview?

Thank you for the open conversation.

by Pia Hettinger

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