IncubAzul has been the venue for the event Conversation. It is a quote from the Being Chain trying to raise awareness about Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Agenda. It is undoubtedly an opportunity to talk about the world's sustainability challenges and the need for involvement of all sectors, institutions and people. Only collective work will achieve this citizenship agenda.
The director of Radio Cádiz, Lourdes Acosta, and the delegate of the Cádiz Free Zone, Fran GonzalezThey welcomed the event. It was attended by a large public listening to the program and authorities and representatives of institutions such as the Confederation of Employers of Cadiz, Navantia, City Council of Cadiz, UGT, Sub-delegation of the Government and the Cadiz College of Architects.
The different interventions allowed us to have a very complete and kaleidoscopic vision of the problem of sustainability. And they addressed many solution options.
Pozzi and Buyolo
The challenges of the necessary changes and their direct link with the economy, with international politics, with geopolitics was even the basis of the first of the presentations that he starred in Sandro Pozzi.
Federico Buyolo revealed the potential of the 2030 Agenda as a real roadmap for the necessary transformation. As he said: “It is the new global social contract and it challenges everyone: companies, people, institutions”. And he explained that it is based on three keys: innovation, talent and alliances.
A round table on sustainable economic growth brought together the dean of the Cadiz College of Architects, con Eliana Bejarano and Antonio Ariza. This group of experts talked about rethinking cities, spaces, constructions, consumption, to create communities for the future.
Climate change from the perspective of science and policy. This is what the scientific popularizer focused on Pere Estupinyà in a presentation of enormous realism (and without much room for optimism) on the current situation and the dates to be able to act. His extensive experience interviewing experts helped him expose a future that challenges us to act now.
Incubazul and the blue goals
The round table that closed the day was “Blue goals: innovation at the service of the sustainability of seas and oceans”, where we had the opportunity to tell Incubazul well. In addition to Fran González, who spoke about the strategic need of this project for Cadiz, intervened Marina Claver exposing the benefits of this incubator and the acceleration method.
Daniel Precioso, from our Smart Shipping startup, told about his experience as an incubator. And Vanesa Sánchez, our sustainability mentor, was able to explain how this need to adapt applies to all companies and actions.
For us it was a very intense and interesting day of reflection and learning. It is about continuing to bet on sustainability and changing the mentality of institutions and companies. But, above all, to confirm that the future is blue.
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