The COVID-19 crisis wreaked havoc on societies and economies and dealt a major setback to achieving the 2030 Agenda and the Paris Climate Agreement. Putting the world back on a path of sustainable, equitable, and inclusive growth will require more than a global recovery; it will require a Great Reset of social and economic systems.

Taking place in the context of the United Nations General Assembly, the World Economic Forum’s fourth and - for the first time - fully virtual Sustainable Development Impact Summit will convene leaders from government, business, international organizations and civil society, along with a diverse group of experts and innovators, to initiate, accelerate and scale-up entrepreneurial solutions to advance the sustainable agenda.

The event is taking place virtually on 21-24 September 2020.

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