Patrick van Weerelt explains the Rubik’s Cube as an Analogy for Sustainable Development



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Sustainable Development Goals
2030 Agenda
Breaking the silos

The idea of sustainable development means that, for an intervention to be sustainable, it must take into account the social, economic, and environmental consequences it generates and lead to conscious choices in terms of trade-offs, synergies, and spinoffs it creates. Watch Patrick van Weerelt’s video as he explains how the Rubik’s cube can help us understand the concept of sustainable development.

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