Live-streaming from Studio, broadcasting, interactive Q&A, online
BIRKIRKARA, Malta - March 1, 2021 - PRLog -- The Malta Sustainability Forum (MSF), organised by APS Bank, took place over the last week of January 2021, with dynamic talks covering a broad range of topics within the realm of sustainability taking place each day. The MSF was broadcast online in a TV studio format, with input from local and international guests joining via video call.
The MSF is an event centred around sustainability, bringing together activists, professionals, and stakeholders as speakers to tell their stories and describe their take on sustainability.
Coordination of guests' video calls
Audio & video
The Forum was live-streamed online from a studio setup at Studioseven; offering a professional audio-visual experience including high quality sound with no delays, picture-perfect recording quality, and professional lighting for the online event.
80+ international and local speakers
The MSF kicked off with a riveting interview with the President of Malta H.E. Dr George Vella (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLzbmqa_GBY&list=PLDl...) who discussed the importance of sustainable consumption, the fair and sustainable use of resources, and Malta's sustainable transportation strategy, among other points.
Following this, a panel of stakeholders discussed ocean plastic pollution (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34a1XE6orl0&list=PLDl...). The first day came to a close with a discussion on the importance of international cooperation (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ssh54iqknhI&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=4) to help achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, and how can this help Malta.
The second day kicked off on the topic of food for planetary wellbeing (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7eUgak7PzE&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=5), and how we can make sustainable choices with our food consumption. The MSF went on to discuss urbanism through the 'doughnut model' as a tool for transformative action (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ASwQS46jBs&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=6).
The third day looked at leading with purpose (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHUszrr0Lx8&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=8), a carbon neutral economy (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWL1kgmP3Ng&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=9), and women in society (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XY11PMfu2mc&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=10). Day four was all about sustainability reporting (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGu2bBoTztA&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=11), presented by PwC. The final day saw seven young changemakers discussing proposals for a better future (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhpWp3O67-A&list=PLDlmvVO2bdzhqbtYZmJsbu-IXyHYSxwhw&index=12).
The Malta Sustainability Forum 2021 was an extraordinary experience with overwhelming interaction from viewers. The event left us inspired to take action. The time really is now – to engage with and embrace sustainability, learn from experience, and act now!