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Germany and the global sustainability agenda 2018: This is how sustainability works!

In Germany and the Sustainable Development Agenda:This is how sustainability works! the authors and interview partners explain how sustainability policy can be actively shaped and where it has already been put into practice. Civil society and trade union initiatives
as well as measures at local level and examples from other countries serve to illustrate …

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Germany
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

2018 German shadow report: So_geht_Nachhaltigkei

German 2018 shadow report. Only avaialbe in German.

Mit der Agenda 2030 und den Zielen für nachhaltige Entwicklung (SDGs) haben die Regierungen der Welt den Rahmen für die globale Nachhaltigkeitspolitik der kommenden zwölf Jahre gesteckt.
Die Agenda und ihre Ziele haben das Potential, auch die deutsche Politik auf Bundes-, Länderund kommunaler Ebene zu prägen. …

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Germany
Policy papers

Measuring up: How the UK is performing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals

UKSSD report ‘Measuring up’ shows how the UK is performing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for the first time. And while there’s an enormous amount to celebrate, the most vulnerable people and places in our society are increasingly being left behind.

Measuring up is the most comprehensive review of the current situation in …

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United Kingdom
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

Irish Coalition 2030 report

The first section of this report – ‘General Reflections and Key Concerns’ – sets out some of the most pressing issues with regard to Ireland’s SDG performance from the standpoint of Coalition 2030. Chief among these are the weaknesses in Ireland’s recently-published National Implementation Plan; its poor performance in meeting commitments on overseas development aid …

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Ireland
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers, SDG coalitions

3ème Plan National pour le développment Durable

Le Plan national précise les domaines d’action, les objectifs et les mesures à prendre dans la perspective du développement durable ; il constitue un document politique dont le gouvernement assume la responsabilité finale et qui doit le guider sur la voie du développement durable. Mais dorénavant, c’est l’Agenda 2030 de l’ONU qui servira au Luxembourg …

Published: July 18, 2018
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Luxembourg
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

SDG Watch Europe letter to vice-president Timmermans

Call on European Commission to report on SDG performance in 2019

SDG Watch Europe, a cross-sectoral coalition of more than 100 civil society organisations together with the campaign Make Europe Sustainable For All, which 25 partner organisations run across the EU reaching out to policy makers and citizens alike, advocate for the ambitious implementation of …

Published: July 16, 2018
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EU
Policy papers, SDG coalitions

Voluntary National Review Reports– what do they report?

Voluntary national reviews (VNRs), are an important innovation as a United Nations process for follow up to the adoption of development agendas. Until now, the practice was to review implementation globally, primarily based on reports by the Secretary General. Agenda 2030 introduces a new approach that is ‘country led’, and that ‘take(s) into account national …

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UN
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

2018 VNR : Spain

Voluntary National Review (VNR) on the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Spain.

Source: UN

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Spain
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

2018 VNR: Ireland

Voluntary National Review (VNR) on the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Ireland.

Source: UN

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Ireland
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

2018 VNR : Lithuania

Voluntary National Review (VNR) on the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Lithuania.

Source: UN

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Lithuania
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