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Slovenia progress report on SDG 12

Ensuring sustainable consumption and production practices necessarily means respecting the planet’s biophysical boundaries and lowering current global consumption levels to match the biophysical capacity to produce ecosystem services and benefits.

Monitoring SDG 12 in Slovenia focuses on developments in the areas of decoupling environmental impacts from economic growth, energy consumption, and waste generation and management. …

Goal 12
Slovenia
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

VNR Slovenia: Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals

In the five years of implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Slovenia has shown through various legal bases and adopted strategies that it is ready to enter a decade of concrete measures that will make a key contribution to more effective achievement of the sustainable development goals. Even though it has achieved some set …

Published: July 17, 2020
Cross Cutting
Slovenia
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

National multi sectoral coalitions

SDG Watch Europe is supporting national civil society organisations from different sectors to come together and collaborate more effectively on the monitoring of the correct implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This work is visualised through a simple map now. All these coalitions and alliances bring together organisations from very different backgrounds to work …

Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, EU, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland
SDG coalitions

Falling through the cracks: Exposing inequalities in the EU and beyond

Despite the European union’s commitment to leave no one behind, millions of people in Europe are falling victim to widening inequalities. This EU wide report, shines a light on the impact of rising inequalities on people and planet. It maps the reality of various forms of inequality, both nationally and at the European level. It …

Published: June 18, 2019
Goal 10
Austria, Czech Republic, EU, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Spain
Policy papers

Development Strategy 2030

The Slovenian Government has developed a strategic vision for the country supported by a long-term national development strategy to achieve a number of goals towards that vision by 2030 and meet its commitments to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This report uses a multi-country and multi-sector modelling framework to develop a baseline scenario of …

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Slovenia
Policy papers

National Voluntary Review 2017: Slovenia

The need to develop more agile and adaptable policies that take into account unpredictable, faster paced and more fundamental shifts in the world as well as addressing the challenges in Slovene society called upon the Government to develop a new approach towards planning for the future, which includes designing and implementing coherent policies for sustainable …

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Slovenia
Monitoring & review tools

Integrating SDGs into national SD policy frameworks and governance structures

The aim of this case study is to briefly outline the international background of SDGs and, consequently, to highlight its importance at the national level. The ESDN Office decided to take a closer look at four countries (Belgium, Germany, Latvia and Slovenia) in order to find out what SDGs related activities have been undertaken so …

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Belgium, Germany, Latvia, Slovenia
Policy papers

Slovenia Planning, implementation, follow-up and review of the Sustainable Development Goals

This survey was sent to the Governments of 56 UNECE member States (in this case Slovenia) to collect inputs on three crucial topics:

The plans and approaches of governments to integrate the SDGs and targets in their national strategies and to implement them in their countries. The plans of governments to build and conduct monitoring …

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Slovenia
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

Statement Prime minister of Slovenia at UN Summit

Statement by H.E. Miroslav Cerar, Prime minister of the Republic of Slovenia at the UN Summit for the adoption of the post 2015 Development Agenda, Sept 2015.

Source: UN

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Slovenia
Policy papers