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Jeffrey Sachs on - Why SDGs really matter - Speaker view
Thasin Sardar
19:01
The talk is being recorded.
Jane Hammang-Buhl
20:59
Thanks, Terry, for sending this info far and wide!
Dave Wiley= Lansing MI
31:00
Dr. Sachs,
Rich Peacock
34:25
Don't we have to reduce spending on wars and militaries to achieve the MDGs? If so, what is the plan for converting our spending on wars and weapons to supporting the MDGs?
Dave Wiley= Lansing MI
35:04
It seems, besides our nationalism and the COVID pandemic, the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex and its costs is the largest barrier to commitment to and investment in the SDGs. How do we escape the military power addiction to become a better global partner to all with the resources to invest in the SDGs?
colleen mills
41:53
What can all of the peace groups in MI do to work together on this topic? Colleen Mills, Citizens for Peace
Ellen Link
42:43
Jeff's book A New Foreign Policy is a great read
rebeccapayne
45:57
You indicate that we can work with China, but what about their extreme abuse and, in fact, enslavement of some of their citizens?
A C
52:15
How can we shift from a GDP centered economics to SDG centered economics?
Thasin Sardar
57:25
You can unmute and clap if you wish
Kang Li
57:43
Thank you so much!
Alesia’s iPhone
01:11:45
What is the prize for the students
amysensei
01:24:58
its great to meet you all and look forward to doing more with you.
Judy Olson
01:25:31
Thanks to Terry and to everyone who made this possible!
Lisa Berg
01:25:43
Glad you made it Amy!
Joan Rose
01:25:59
Thank you