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Efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 are “woefully off track”, the UN said this week. Which has been met with calls to ‘rescue the SDGs’, with a new UN Global Assessment Report (GAR) saying resilience should be the ‘foundation of efforts to achieve the SDGs’.

To explore how resilience ties to the SDGs and learn more about the GAR Special Report 2023: Mapping resilience for the Sustainable Development Goals, Loretta Hieber Girardet will be joining me on the next episode of Inside Ideas.

Loretta, who has fellowships and degrees from the Harvard School of Public Health and University of Paris-Assas, is the Chief of Risk Knowledge, Monitoring and Capacity Development Branch, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR). She has previously served in various positions in UN OCHA and the World Health Organization, in some of the most vulnerable and disasters prone contexts in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Sub-Saharan Africa. Her experience in emergency situations spans more than 25 years – she has seen impossible odds before, so I want to get her take on the current state of the SDGs and ask what she believes can be done to overcome such woefully impossible odds.

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Marc is Editor-at-Large for Innovators Magazine and host of INSIDE IDEAS, his OnePoint5Media video podcast show. Marc is a member of the World Economic Forum Expert Network, Resilient Futurist, and award-winning Global Food Reformist.

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