Relive the exciting discussions and educative sessions from the Malta Sustainability Forum. Check out our exciting list of videos covering our extensive agenda, highlighting the challenges the planet is facing, while reflecting on how we all have a part to play to find solutions.
The first event for MSF 2023 on the theme Sustain Tomorrow Today focused on the need to reconsider our mobility choices.
The third event for MSF 2022 on the theme Sustain Tomorrow Today focused on pension sustainability and what steps one can take to enjoy a good standard of living during retirement.
The second event for MSF 2022 on the theme Sustain Tomorrow Today delved into the actions being taken to safeguard water, a precious resource for all living beings.
During the first event for MSF 2022 speakers and panellists looked at how targets agreed at COP 26 impact businesses and individuals living in Malta.
The first event for MSF 2022 on the theme Sustain Tomorrow Today unpacked what actions were agreed at COP26 which will ensure that the world reduces its carbon emissions by half by the end of 2030 and Net Zero by 2050.
MSF 2021 gave a better understanding of the challenges the world is facing on its journey to achieve the 17 UN SDGs, but also provided solutions and different perspectives that could be applied to Malta.
Marcel Cassar’s welcome address stressed the importance of the Forum to APS Bank as part of delivering its purpose and the growing profile of sustainability on the local and global agenda.
There are many aspects of sustainability in relation to food. Learn how your food choices have an impact climate change, biodiversity and food security.
The United Nations are emphasising the importance of international cooperation to help achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Europe is aiming to become carbon-neutral by 2050. Discover how your business can face this urgent challenge to help build a better future for all.
Disclosing your business’s sustainable practices has its benefits, including improved corporate reputation.
A panel of seven young change makers voiced their thoughts about how they will be the ones to bear the consequences of decisions taken by people in power today and what action they are taking to make a difference.
The Malta Sustainability Forum 2021 kicked off with a one-hour live interview with the President of Malta H.E. George Vella, who discussed sustainability topics with Stephanie Spiteri.
Learn more about the challenges and issues caused by ocean plastic pollution and how this can be tackled as individuals, within businesses and at government level.
Discover how a number of organisations and businesses are promoting sustainability through their services and products.
What is the doughnut model? How can it help create sustainable cities? Discover how its implications can be applied to Malta.
Businesses no longer exist for the sole purpose to make money, but also play a role in making the world a better place. Learn more.
Having a balanced representation of women in decision making situations is beneficial. We have looked at gender inequalities in modern society and more.
The first Malta Sustainability Forum, held on November 2019, had the objective of raising awareness on the topic of sustainability and empower the citizen to make conscious decisions towards a sustainable life.