In a report published by the Scientific Advisory Board of the United Nations Secretary-General on 18 September 2016, a more important role of Scientific Advice within the United Nations framework is encouraged in order to achieve the solution of the most pressing global problems.
Side event at the High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, organized by the United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS).
Implementing the SDGs requires reliance on new forms of expert guidance. Lessons drawn from environmental science panels and Global Environmental Assessments can help design such a panel.
Three recommendations for the Major Group Science & Technology to better achieve its tasks.
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.
UN: Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR) - advanced, unedited copy
What's left out of the SDG zero-draft - rather than what made it in - is crucial for the science community.
Workshop on the Institutional Architecture for the Science-policy Interface on the Sustainable Development Goals
The Earth System Governance Global Research Alliance & Sustainable Development Goals: Project Information Document
Yonglong Lu, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Martin Visbeck, Anne-Sophie Stevance: Policy - Five priorities for the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The conference seeks to contribute to policy-relevant, change-oriented, and transdisciplinary research and collaboration from science & technology, the life sciences and the social sciences
Transforming Higher Education for Sustainable Development
The United Nations University Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability (UNU-IAS) and Tokyo Institute of Technology cordially invite you to the symposium "Sustainable Development Goals and the Post-2015 Development Agenda" to be held at UNU headquarters in Tokyo on 16 January 2015.
The Future Earth Young Scientists Networking Conference on Integrated Science discussing the theme of “Future Sustainability — the role of Science in the SDGs” will take place from 24-30 May, 2015.
Early Career Scientists are invited to submit applications to participate in next year’s Future Earth Young Scientist Networking Conference on Integrated Science.