Recap of Coimbra Sustainability Summit parallel sessions – Health, Agrifood and Manufacturing&Sustainable Cities joint session
CSS parallel sessions intend to demonstrate how digital transformation can contribute to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The objective of these sessions was not to debate current days but to contribute to understanding better how a digital transformation will support our quality of life, for example enhancing the main unmet needs that should drive the science agenda in the next ten years.
The second plenary session “Holistic Approach, Partnerships & Ethics” kicked off with the welcome speech by P2’s moderator António Damasceno, Block.IS Coordinator at F6S, providing a vision of the CSS on how Sustainable Development Goals from the United Nations & Green Deal from the EU can inspire technology to create value for society.
The first plenary session “Sustainable goals” kicked off with an opening welcome video and it was an exciting session that facilitated an exchange of valuable information, sharing of ideas and networking with creative people.