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The NFFT’s newest publication titled Guidlines to sustainable future divides the 34 strategic objectives and the assigned 77 tasks of the National Framework Strategy on Sustainable Development into 12 thematic groups and highlights the links between the Hungarian and international sustainable development goals (SDGs).
These groups were designed to arrange the strategic objectives of the National Framework Strategy on Sustainable Development into clear and readily comprehensible themes (e.g. quality education).
Due to the Europe-wide COVID-19 pandemic, the original dates of the European Sustainable Development Week were cancelled and the event will take place between September 20th and 26th.
As in previous years, the NFFT will offer support to the organisers and interested parties.
Do you want to know more about the circular economy?
The circular Economy Platform webinar series organised by the BCSDH will give access to a wide variety of information about this topic.
Participants will be introduced to the theoretical and practical foundations of the circular economy and its legal framework by recognised professionals.
Furthermore, they can learn about the latest circular business models and product design processes through innovative international and domestic corporate examples.
The NFFT launches a new video series called Table Reserved/Sustained.
The videos are planned to include a series of informal conservations between the NFFT’s secretary, dr. Gábor Bartus, environmental economist and a guest on the various aspects of sustainability.
His first guest is dr. Márton Medgyesi economist, sociologist, researcher, external lecturer at the Corvinus University.
Since 2015, the European Sustainable Development Week (ESDW) has been organised between May 30th and June 5th every year. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ESDN has decided to postpone the European Sustainable Development Week in 2020.
This year, the events of the ESDW will take place over a longer period of time, from September 18th to October 8th.
The application process remains the same and the events in Hungary will continue to be coordinated by the NFFT.
To apply, please use the following link: