Social Innovation for the Sustainability

Items tagged with AGENDA 2030

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FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION? THE CHALLENGE OF DIGITALIZATION AND ITS ENVIRONMENTAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES

Joaquín Fernández Mateo

The digitalization processes started in the Third Industrial Revolution have given way to a technological ecosystem characterized by connectivity, innovation, flexibility and automation. This new ecosystem, which some authors call the Fourth Industrial Revolution, has important consequences for the environment and employment. Consequently, the digital transformation may facilitate or limit the achievement of the goals set out in the Agenda 2030.

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The importance of financial inclusion in Mexico to the achievement of the SDGs

María del Carmen Dircio Palacios Macedo

The objective of this article is to address the importance of promoting financial inclusion in Mexico for the achievement of the SDGs, and to document various advances in this regard. In the first place, the relationships that have been found regarding the link between financial inclusion and different aspects of economic development are presented. 

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COVID-19 and Health-SDGs: Three Opportunities for the Day After

Gonzalo Fanjul

As on some other occasions in our history, the collective shock of the COVID-19 pandemic temporarily opens the opportunity to question the status quo and promote transformations that make our societies more just, sustainable and secure. The possibility of identifying these opportunities and turning them into reforms that last over time depends on us. 

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SDG3+: From The Concept “Health In All Policies” To Its Implementation In Spain

Oriana Ramírez-Rubio, José Miguel Carrasco, Raquel González-Rubio y Gonzalo Fanjul

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has a specific Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) related to health and well-being, SDG3, which aims to guarantee a healthy life and promote well-being for all. The approach ‘health in all policies’, proposed by the World Health Organization (WHO), urges to consider the impact of public policies on the health of the population, showing that other SDGs different to SDG3 are also related to it. Therefore, a broad and transversal approach to health is proposed within the 2030 Agenda, which we call SDG3+.

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Partnerships, Essential Engine to Achieve the Challenges of the 2030 Agenda

Agustín Delgado Martín y Mónica Oviedo Céspedes

Iberdrola, world leader in renewable energy has integrated the 2030 Agenda into its strategy and corporate governance system, making it the central axis in decision making. 

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