In 2015, the international community, under the umbrella of the United Nations, adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its associated Sustainable Development Goals, 17 ambitious targets providing a globally agreed roadmap for transitioning to more social, environmentally, and economically sustainable development patterns.
P4TT’s ambition is to respond to the SDG call for innovation, focusing on identifying and bringing to the market deep and systemic transitions that are needed to move societies to more sustainable economic development patterns while enhancing the wellbeing of all.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic these efforts are now more important than ever before.
The efforts are organized in partnership with a wide variety of stakeholders, industries, and institutions.
All P4TT work focuses on three cross-cutting SDGs:
Highlights on Health
By Dr Lieve Fransen, 2020-10
Achieving the SDGs with technological transformations
By Dr Veerle Vandeweerd, Dr Lieve Fransen, P4TT and Ms Michele Ferenz, 2020-04
Boosting Investment in Social Infrastructures and Social Services
By Dr Lieve Fransen, 2018-05
Investing in Social Infrastructure in Europe
By Dr Lieve Fransen, Gino del Bufalo and Edoardo Revigli, 2018-01