Calling All Authors and Subject Matter Experts: Submit Your Story by June 30!
June 7, 2018 /3BL Media/ - PYXERA Global has an opportunity for you to contribute and inform the growing conversation around four solvable problems we are diving into at the Global Engagement Forum: Live conference this October 10–11.
The solvable problem tracks are:
- Reducing Post-harvest Loss: LEARN MORE
- Ending Energy Poverty: LEARN MORE
- Eliminating Marine Debris: LEARN MORE
- Closing the Skills Gap in STEM: LEARN MORE
Our goal is to reveal the many facets of these complex global challenges to build a conceptual framework through which to propose collaborative solutions. To inform our work and broaden the conversation, we’ll share your valuable perspective on our publication, the Global Engagement Forum: Online this summer and fall, with the possibility of featuring it in our next print magazine.This work will be amplified through the Forum’s robust social media campaign and upcoming virtual event series.
To develop genuine and relevant solutions to systemic challenges, the Forum takes an extremely deliberate approach to understanding them. Only by breaking a problem down to its direct and indirect drivers can we effectively develop realistic goals, strategies, and objectives to tackle it among the diverse mosaic of stakeholders. For this reason, your knowledge will help to build a well-rounded view of the problem.
Participants at the invite-only Forum represent a cross-section of public, private, and social sector leadership. These women and men include the content experts, the influencers, the field voices, and the potential funders who together have the capacity to move the needle at the global scale on some of society’s most pressing challenges. With your contribution, the convening will set in motion a coordinated, large-scale response to solve hunger, train the workforce of the future, control our waste streams, and power the last mile.
We seek a wide range of proposed solutions, from top-down policies to bottom-up, grassroots approaches, as each challenge requires pressure from all angles.