SDB Themes CHANGECONGRESS

Economy
sustainable

ECONOMIA SOSTENIBILE SDB CHANGE CONGRESS

Spirituality and Salesian leadership

SPIRITUALITà LEADERSHIP SALESIANASDB CHANGE CONGRESS

Artificial Intelligence 

AI SDB CHANGE CONGRESS

Communication
of the future

COMUNICAZIONE DEL FUTURO SDB CHANGE CONGRESS

Corruption prevention 

PREVENZIONE DELLA CORRUZZIONE SDB CHANGE CONGRESS

Objective

Change as an opportunity to improve

Recipients

Provincial Treasurers
Managers of PDOs
Heads of the Mission Offices
Salesian NGOs
International organizations

Themes of the Congress

SUSTAINABLE
ECONOMY

Energy, water, food and self-sustainability

  1. Circular Economy

  2. Protection of the territory

  3. Sources of renewable energy

  4. Recycling and reuse: optimal waste management

  5. Sustainable mobility

  6. Development of innovative technologies
    for the environment

ECONOMIA SOSTENIBILE SDB CHANGE CONGRESS
 

SALESIAN SPIRITUALITY AND LEADERSHIP

The mission is unique, but its achievements are numerous, as many as there are historical, geographical, religious and cultural situations and contexts in which young people live.

 
SPIRITUALITà LEADERSHIP SALESIANA SDB CHANGE CONGRESS

ARTIFICIAL
INTELLIGENCE

Ability of a machine to display human capabilities such as reasoning, learning, planning and creativity.

  1. Why is artificial intelligence important?

  2. Weak AI: Weak Artificial Intelligence.

  3. Strong AI: Strong Artificial Intelligence.

  4. AI at the service of administration and business processes.

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THE COMMUNICATION
OF THE FUTURE 

Understanding how today's technologies (blockchain, etc.) can improve our lives and the world, becoming a tool of sustainability.

  1. Infosphere.

  2. Web Services.

THE COMMUNICATION OF THE FUTURE sdb change congress
 

PREVENTION OF CORRUPTION

  1. Transparent reporting.

  2. Reporting systems.

  3. Self-control and managerial responsibility.

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Best Practies

How to reduce waste

The current situation

In 2016, we generated over 2.01 billion tonnes of waste, but with global population growth and urbanization, 3.4 billion tonnes of waste are projected to generate by 2050. Without urgent action, by 2050 i global waste will increase by 70 percent from current levels. Plastics are particularly problematic. If plastic waste is not collected and managed correctly, it will contaminate and ill waterways and ecosystems for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. In 2016, the world generated 242 million tons of plastic waste, or 12% of all solid waste.