Research for Agenda 2030: Values of our Economic System
ADVANCING SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS
Our economic systems are shaken as a result of COVID-19 and the global impact the virus will have on individuals, organisations, and economies. Prior to the global pandemic, we recorded this episode to discuss ongoing research at Lund University about our economic systems to support the Sustainable Development Goals.
In this episode, we collaborate with the Lund University Agenda 2030 Graduate School. Coordinator Kristina Jönsson and PhD Student Juan Ocampo join us to highlight the activities and research of the Graduate School to support Agenda 2030. We discuss complementary currencies as a community-tool to incorporate social and environmental values into our economic systems. We also highlight the need for financial inclusion to ensure all communities have access to basic needs.
In light of the global pandemic, these discussions are more important now than ever before. As such, we share this episode with you to inspire discussion about the values of our current and future economic systems. In these difficult times, we are sending love and solidarity to our entire podcast community!
In this month's episode, we discuss the following:
2:00 – Introduction to the topic
3:00 – Existing systems and their values
5:20 – Research for Agenda 2030
6:40 – 15:20 - Interview with Kristina Jönsson, coordinator of the Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University
16:40 – What is the Agenda 2030?
21:30 – 44:10 – Interview with Juan Ocampo, PhD researcher at the Agenda 2030 Graduate School about his research on values of our economic systems
44:15 – Sustainability Scoop
47:23 – closing and key take-aways
The Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University
Do you want to know more about the work and the activities of the Agenda 2030 Graduate School? Here are some useful links for you to check out!
The Sustainability Scoop
In this month's sustainability scoop, we discuss the creation of pandemic bonds issused by the World Bank and their relation to values of economic systems.