Expo 2020’s Opportunity subtheme embodies the conviction that each activity impacts our communities, yet additionally across the world. This structure, alongside Expo’s key theme ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future,’ rejuvenates the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). This pavilion looks to raise guests’ consciousness of the SDGs and the issues encompassing them through a simple message: a little change can have a major effect, and together, through our aggregate activity, we can make a more secure, cleaner, better world for everybody.
Mission Possible Design
Designed by AGi Architects, The Opportunity Pavilion embodies the idea of ‘Opportunity’: the possibility that any move we make can make an effect, that anything is possible with a small step. Situated in the Opportunity District, the pavilion was considered a large plaza. The design is constructed on the rich metropolitan history of the plaza through centuries, from Roman times to the present day – the idea of a plaza is universal and fits itself to various cultures, regardless of whether it is a piazza, Saha, normal, or the town square.
Mission Possible – The UN Hub at Expo
The United Nations is obviously situated in Mission Possible – The Opportunity Pavilion. It is planning a progression of events and activities that mirror the upsides of multilateralism and exhibit the role of worldwide collaboration and joint actions to defeat worldwide difficulties, for example, the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental change, and accomplish the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Mission Possible Visitor Experience
The structure of the SDGs supports Mission Possible – The Opportunity Pavilion’s guest experience, exhibiting that Act now to make the superior future for everybody. Parallel ‘tracks’ go through the structure, focusing on water, food, and energy (three key SDGs) because they are fundamental human necessities and essential for progress. The tracks are rejuvenated by three ‘guides,’ respectively in food, water, and energy.
Water – Abel Cruz has assisted with taking care of water scarcity in Lima, Peru, by setting up mist nets that collect mist and transform it into water.
Food – Mariam Al Juneibi is a stable natural farmer who encourages sustainable cultivating and healthy eating practices while additionally cheering individuals to produce vegetables in the UAE.
Energy – Fatma Juma Haji is an expert coach who encourages ladies to install solar panels, assisting with making stable energy in Zanzibar, where under 4% of the populace has access to electricity.
The Expo 2020 Global Best Practice Programme
Mission Possible – The Opportunity Pavilion hosts Expo 2020’s Global Best Practice Program (GBPP), under the subject of Small Steps, Big Leaps: Solutions for Sustainable Impact – spotlights basic yet compelling drives that can be adjusted, repeated, or scaled for upgraded worldwide effect, and are connected to the SDGs. The GBPP highlights the significance of uniting innovative minds to earn a positive impact on individuals and the planet. The Best Practice Area inside the structure gives a stage to grandstand the 50 projects upheld under the Program.
Programming during Expo 2020
During the event period, guests to Mission Possible – The Opportunity Pavilion will have more chances to investigate the SDGs and know their significance through discussions, workshops, and informal music and performances.
Retail and F&B at Mission Possible
Guests will want to stretch out the Mission Possible experience to their taste buds at the Canvas Cafe eatery, where the menu will highlight conventional dishes from the UAE, Zanzibar, and Peru. Dishes are prepared using locally available ingredients where possible due to seasonality – a reflection of The Opportunity Pavilion’s principles.