Feb. 6, 2023
Free tickets at the moment are obtainable from Augustana University and the Center for Western Studies for the twenty sixth Boe Forum on Public Affairs, that includes Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland.
The former prime minister of Norway and director-general of the World Health Organization would be the featured speaker for the occasion at 7:30 p.m. March 14 within the Elmen Center.
Considered the “Mother of Sustainability,” Brundtland travels and lectures as a number one voice on local weather change for a more healthy and higher educated world and as a champion of sustainable improvement, which she defines as “assembly the calls for of the current generations whereas preserving the rights of future generations to fulfill their very own wants.”
“Sustainability is a subject that pursuits a broad cross-section of the general public and faculty communities,” mentioned Dr. Harry Thompson, government director of the Center for Western Studies. “We are particularly happy to listen to Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland talk about the way in which sustainable improvement supplies a growth-positive method to the long run.”
Following Brundtland’s handle on sustainable improvement can be a Q&A session, with questions developed by Augustana college students excited by sustainability and moderated by Augustana President Stephanie Herseth Sandlin.
“Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland has been offering management on points of world significance for greater than 4 many years, dedicating her life’s work to inspiring motion and cooperation all over the world. The former prime minister’s ardour for public well being and the setting, huge data and experience, and dedication to collaboration and inclusivity have influenced transformational change,” Herseth Sandlin mentioned.
“As we emerge from the worldwide pandemic and face the fast and future challenges of local weather change, Dr. Harlem Brundtland’s handle will convey invaluable perception on the significance of empowering communities to seek out sustainable options that enhance the well being of individuals and the planet.”
Tickets for the twenty sixth Boe Forum are free and obtainable to the general public at augie.edu/brundtland or the Center for Western Studies. For extra data on the occasion, go to augie.edu/boe.
Augustana’s Boe Forum with former Norwegian prime minister to concentrate on sustainable improvement