Future Earth and the Stockholm Resilience Centre are launching a call for Sustainable Development Goal Labs (SDG Labs) in advance of the Resilience 2017 conference and International Conference on Sustainability Science which will be held back to back in Stockholm 21-26 August.
Policy integration has become one of the buzzwords of Agenda 2030. It has long been a “holy grail” for governments – really since the limits of the ideal bureaucracy envisaged by Max Weber and company became apparent.
A thematic issue of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics addresses the challenges of implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
Fragmented, Incoherent & Chaotic – Global Goals need better Orchestration
Climate change is one of the 17 SDGs – albeit a goal with a footnote referring to the UNFCCC as main forum for climate change, and despite discussions in the OWG process in which many argued for mainstreaming of climate throughout all goals.
Online survey open for contributions on emerging issues for preparation of the Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR).
Three recommendations for the Major Group Science & Technology to better achieve its tasks.
17 dreams, 17 Sustainable Development Goals:
Between the 4th and 12th of June 2015 Future Earth opened a short survey to seek input from the science community on the Sustainable Development Goals Zero Draft.
Workshop convened 19-20 June 2015, in New York. Co-organized by the Earth System Governance Project, the Post 2015 Project and Keio University, with the support of Japan’s Ministry of Environment and the Japan Science and Technology Agency.
What's left out of the SDG zero-draft - rather than what made it in - is crucial for the science community.
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