SDG Roundtable: Resilience in a Water-Challenged World
March 21 @ 9:00 am CDT
This free event is being held in-person and virtually and is open to everyone.
The world’s water challenges seem to be getting worse. Water scarcity has become acute in some parts of the world, while floods and storm surges occur with greater frequency in others. Businesses are watching closely to make sure their own water needs are met sustainably. Even the Land of 10,000 lakes has had challenges with overuse of groundwater in recent dry years. The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are designed to tackle some of the world’s largest development problems, so what can we learn from best practices for sustainable water use around the globe? What can international companies tell us about how and where they’re implementing potential solutions?
Join us for the next Sustainable Development Goals Roundtable on March 21, when we partner with Global Minnesota Corporate Member Cargill to learn about the work companies are doing to advance sustainable water use. In celebration of World Water Day on March 22, don’t miss this opportunity to join the global conversation, gain fresh insights, and network with Minnesota professionals.
Heather Tansey, Vice President of Environmental Sustainability, Cargill
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