What do the portuguese do to defend the environment?

These are some of the questions that the Missão Continente/ICS-ULisboa III Great National Sustainability Survey will answer and which can be known on October 19th, at 2:30 pm, in ICS-ULisboa’s auditorium. Access is free, upon prior registration.

Promoted by Missão Continente and with scientific coordination by OBSERVA/ICS-ULisboa, the III Great National Sustainability Survey continues the two previous surveys (2016 and 2019) and results from a questionnaire, made to a statistically representative sample of Portuguese people aged 18 years old or older, on topics such as environmental sustainability, the dimensions of well-being, consumption and lifestyle practices and expectations for the country’s future. The results will be presented by the ICS-ULisboa researchers, Luísa Schmidt and Mónica Truninger.

American environmentalist Chad Frischmann, co-creator of Project Drawdown and CEO of Regenerative Intelligence, is one of the speakers at the presentation event, which will feature the participation of government entities and national and international food production, agriculture, environment, nutrition and distribution sectors’ experts, in an analysis of the data presented.

How has the pandemic changed consumers’ social, ecological and economic lifestyles? What is the impact of these changes for the planet’s sustainability?” is the topic being discussed at the roundtable led by Bento Rodrigues, and which will include the participation of Mariana Pereira Silva, Director of Sustainability at MC, Luísa Schmidt, Researcher at ICS-ULisboa, Deolinda Silva, Executive Director at PortugalFoods, Francisco Goiana da Silva, President of the Health Parliament Portugal and Anna Masiello, MSc in Environmental and Sustainability Studies and Hero_to_0 Influencer.

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