WGSI creates the conditions for collective global action. We take on the world’s most pressing challenges by bringing together brilliant minds and offering the time and space for unexpected connections to emerge. 

 

OUR CURRENT FOCUS 
We are bringing together a multi-disciplinary, multi-sectoral and multi-generational group of people working on the SDGs in Canada.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Connect with Generation SDG programming online and in person!

Opening ceremony featuring a keynote address by Dr. Katharine Wilkinson of Project Drawdown Sunday, April 22,
4PM ET
Online
Livestream will appear at the top of this page and at wgsi.org/livestreams
Public lecture by Dr. Ingrid Waldron of Dalhousie University on environmental racism and the politics of waste.     
  

Dr. Waldron will be available after the lecture to sign copies of her book, There's Something In The Water, which will be available for purchase onsite from Wordsworth Books.

Tuesday, April 24
7PM ET
Perimeter Institute & online
Free tickets available here   

Livestream will appear at the top of this page and at wgsi.org/livestreams

Closing ceremony and presentation of the Generation SDG Communiqué Wednesday, April 25
11AM ET
Online
Livestream will appear at the top of this page and at wgsi.org/livestreams
Advancing Finance for the SDGs panel with Robert Greenhill (Global Canada), Stephen Huddart (J.W. McConnell Foundation), Jennifer Reynolds (Toronto Financial Services Alliance) and Carol Anne Hilton (Indigenomics Institute). Wednesday, April 25
2PM ET
Online
Livestream will appear at the top of this page and at wgsi.org/livestreams

TVO, the Government of Ontario’s partner in digital learning, will broadcast SDG-focussed episodes of The Agenda with Steve Paikin from April 23-25, 2018 at 8PM on television &  twitter.com/TheAgenda. The episodes will also air at 11PM on television.


OUR LATEST PUBLICATION

The Generation SDG Brief serves as a summary of WGSI’s Generation SDG initiative to date and our understanding of the SDG landscape in Canada and features    

  • Four lenses for evaluating the SDGs
  • A call for action to develop a subnational framework
  • A summary of other SDG activities happening in Canada