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Did Albert Einstein really say, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results”?

It doesn’t matter much. But the idea behind it matters a lot.

How can we expect the same practices and the same approaches to reducing poverty, protecting the environment, and leaving no one behind to effectively work in a world that changes every day at such a large scale?

Because of the speed, dynamics, and complexity of today’s challenges, we’re not making fast enough progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

This is why the United Nations Development Programme created a network of 60 Accelerator Labs. covering 78 countries (as we write these words, the network is expanding to 90 Labs covering 114 countries): to (try to) keep up with the pace of change, to accelerate progress towards the 2030 Goals, and to reimagine sustainable development for the 21st century. …


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An initiative dedicated to celebrating grassroots solutions and connecting the people behind them for a more sustainable future. Hyundai x UNDP.

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