Microsoft president Brad Smith has a plan to meet the UN's goals
Thanks to the pandemic, we're way off from UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. But Microsoft President Brad Smith knows the way to get the job done.
In a Global Stage livestream conversation held at UN headquarters, Smith says he has deep faith in what he calls the "three-legged stool" of government, the private sector, and civil society.
If you build out all three, so the legs are strong, healthy, and know how to work together, then achieving the SDGs is not a pipe dream. It's not about more or less government, but rather about everyone being on the same page.
His plan: get businesses to innovate, NGOs to incubate, and governments to scale.
"We Didn't Get Lucky with Vaccines. We Got Smart," Says Brad Smith | Global Stage | GZERO Mediayoutu.be
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