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Unfolding Tomorrow — Learn what you can do today for a better tomorrow

Unfolding Tomorrow

Everything's going to sh*t

But it doesn’t have to. Learn what you can do today for a sustainable tomorrow.

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Unfolding Tomorrow is an event series that brings the brightest minds in business, academia, and government together to talk about what we can do today to make tomorrow better.

In a world that’s changing faster than ever, no one can predict what happens tomorrow — but we can affect it.

The big problems facing our planet today — such as climate change, poverty, and inequality — are complex and severe, but they’re not unsolvable. To fight them, we need to work together. Business and government, design and research, creativity and common sense; we need it all. Together, we can build a sustainable future.

At AVP, we believe in solving problems related to sustainability through entrepreneurship, in facing problems rather than pretending they don’t exist, and in educating ourselves rather than using the lack of knowledge as an excuse. And we believe in you.

The event topics come from the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and their targets and indicators.

Unfolding Tomorrow is organized together with Aalto Entrepreneurship Society.

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Unfolding Tomorrow — No food left behind

Almost 14 percent of food produced globally was lost before even reaching the retail sector. Reducing food waste by just 15 percent could provide enough sustenance to feed more than 25 million people, annually. Why is it so hard to do? Do we lack the legislation, motivation, or incentives to reduce food waste? What choices can a consumer make to have an impact?



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Past events

13 Oct 2021

Saara Hyrkkö

Member of Parliament, vice-chair of the Green Parliamentary Group

Niklas Kaskeala

Chief Impact Officer at Compensate

Riikka Mäkikoskela

Researcher, Head of Radical Creativity at Aalto University

Lea Lintula

Activist at Elokapina