A thematic issue of International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics addresses the challenges of implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
UN Chronicle - The Magazine of the United Nations: Beyond 2015
Global Policy Watch Briefing: Post-2015 - Measuring the (real) scope of ambition (2015)
Review of Targets for the Sustainable Development Goals: The Science Perspective
2015 is a significant year on global decision-making on governance of and for finance, sustainable development and climate change. The UN Secretary General’s report provides negotiators and stakeholders with an interesting read on the challenges of this year.
The UN Secretary-General's synthesize report on the post-2015 development agenda as an input to the intergovernmental negotiations.
Symposium reflected on the proposed SDGs, and outlined ways for scientists to help shape the goal set going forward.
UN deliberations are underway towards a post-2015 agenda that unites poverty eradication and sustainable development. While negotiators are tasked to determine goals and indicators, another fundamental question is: How will progress towards the SDGs be monitored and reviewed?
The post-2015 development agenda and the SDGs will rely significantly on scientists and scientific communities in order to be effective. These scientific actors will be challenged to create systemic understandings with policy relevance at local, national, and international levels.
Two new policy briefs aiming to provide the OWG for Sustainable Development with insights on how to best formulate and implement the SDGs.
The International Workshop on Governance 'of' and 'for' Sustainable Development Goals, held 1 February 2014, in New York, USA, resulted in a series of policy briefs, whereof this is the fifth.
On 14 February 2014, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) launched a 1,5-month-long public consultation on the draft indicator report.
Brief reflections of the Open Working Group's Zero Draft, the European Commission’s Position Paper and their standpoints on governance.
The Co-Chairs of the Open Working Group (OWG) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have issued the "zero draft" of goals and targets.
COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS