Mogens Lykketoft: current CBS students will face major catastrophe if we don't act now

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''If we do not meet the UN's 17 Sustainable Development Goals, it is not the problem of the next generation, but the current students' at CBS, pointed out the former chairman of the UN General Assembly, Mogens Lykketoft'' in a new article from CBS Wire.

04/19/2018

In an article written by CBS Wire, Mogens Lykketoft emphasizes the importance in addressing the UN's Sustainable Development Goals at CBS.

Mogen Lykketoft, Lars Koch, Deputy Secretay of Oxfam Ibis, and Susanne Stormer, Chief Sustainability Officer at Novo Nordisk took part in the panel debate hosted by International Debate CBS at CBS's first-ever event on UN's Sustainable Development Goals on the 11th of April 2018. 

The panel debate, SDG's: A new wave of greenwashing?, addressed some of the fears that it is easy for companies and governments to join and show support towards the SDGs without actually doing anything. According to Mogens Lykketoft, ''In order to avoid greenwashing, politicians especially need to set in and create a framework which makes it impossible to act un-sustainable. Because if we do not start following the SDGs, it will be too late''.

 

 

 

 

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