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Health as a central driver of sustainable development

Health as a central driver of sustainable development

The halfway point to the 2030 Agenda shows SDGs off track, worsened by COVID-19. The pandemic highlighted STI’s power but stressed global unity’s importance. Lessons include local innovation’s role, trust in science, and equitable health access.

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The G-STIC Rio Communiqué: A call for an urgent recommitment to the SDG’s

The G-STIC Rio Communiqué: A call for an urgent recommitment to the SDG’s

The Communiqué of the G-STIC Conference in Rio de Janeiro is recognized as a significant document in advancing the UN 2030 agenda. It underscores the critical role of Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) in attaining the SDGs.

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What if the economy could run on green hydrogen?

What if the economy could run on green hydrogen?

Without green hydrogen it will not be possible to achieve a sustainable global economy. Because it can be used for so many applications, it will become a scarce commodity in the coming decades – no matter how much we produce.

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How fintech can help fight global warming

How fintech can help fight global warming

Fintech has to be integrated in the value proposition of technology solutions as an operational efficiency gain. The integration of IoT in products and systems builds data oceans, which leads to insights that create value as monetizable data streams.

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7th G-STIC CONFERENCE IN INDIA

Accelerating technological solutions for the SDGS

22 - 24 October 2024

7th G-STIC CONFERENCE IN INDIA

Accelerating technological solutions for the SDGS

22 - 24 October 2024

7th G-STIC CONFERENCE IN INDIA

Accelerating technological solutions for the SDGS

22 - 24 October 2024

Supported by 9 international co-hosts from Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa and South Korea

G-STIC is hosted jointly by VITO (the prime research and technology organization on cleantech and sustainable development in Belgium) and 8 other not-for-profit independent technology research institutes: CSIR (The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa), FIOCRUZ (Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Brazil), GIEC (Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, China), JITRI (Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute, China), MASEN (Group responsible for managing renewable energy, Morocco), NACETEM (National Centre for Technology Management, Nigeria), STEPI (Science and Technology Policy Institute, South Korea) and TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute, India).