These entry points represent systems where strategic interventions can help address some of the trade-offs or tensions among goals that could hinder progress in achieving the 2030 Agenda. Innovations will be most likely to succeed in the current competition if they embody this “systems thinking” in the context of one or more of the entry points listed above.
For example, increasing food security without undermining terrestrial biodiversity will require policies and actions that work across sectors and constituencies. Considering food and nutrition as a system can help lead toward these solutions.
The call is open to innovators, scientists, entrepreneurs and sustainability change agents worldwide.
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