10.15 - 12.00 + 15.00 - 16.45 | Marina Nart, process designer, facilitator and sustainability scientist
Succesful SDG implementation depends on our ability to generate a shared vision for the future. What is a vision for Maastricht that excites and motives everyone to achieve and reach beyond Agenda 2030? Join Swedish SDG consultant Marina Nart to help create a Masterplan for Maastricht.
It is not the strongest that is fit for survival, but the most adaptive to change. So, in times of transition, to accomplish big and complex results, you need a strong team with a the right attitude towards collaboration and change. Join our team to co-create a vision for Maastricht
that builds on our many strengths, unites us in our differences and that excites us to take action. Together we can discover what is possible when we leave our silos, let go of limiting beliefs and fears and lean into win-win collaborations.
Marina Nart is a participatory processes designer and facilitator for Agenda 2030.
She holds a M.Sc. in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science from Lund University, Sweden and a B.A.’s degree in International Relations from Bologna University, Italy. Marina’s further studies include courses at the United Nation’s SDG Academy and Socio-Ecological Urban Resilience Systems Course at the Stockholm Resilience Center. Marina has 7 years professional experience as a trainer, co-creative process designer and facilitator in Sweden and internationally.