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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And Their Impact On The European SD governance framework
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The UN General Assembly's Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) agreed on and published a ‘zero draft’ proposal at the conclusion of its thirteenth and final session on the 19th July 2014. The proposal contains 17 goals (see following Fig.1.1), accompanied by 169 targets. This list of goals and targets is, however, only temporary as the final decision on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets will be taken during 2015. In fact, the post-2015 sustainable development agenda is expected to be adopted by UN Member States at a summit in September 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. By the end of 2014, the UN Secretary-General will produce a synthesis report bringing together the results of all the different work streams on the post-2015 development agenda to facilitate the General Assembly’s further deliberations.The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDGs has been included in the Rio+20 Outcome Document, ‘The future we want’ (2012), which incorporated the request to create an Open Working Group with the task of developing the set of SDGs. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization, and instructed that such a list of goals should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015. Therefore, Rio+20 needs to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDGs, and represents a key component to the SDGs and their impact on the European SD governance framework understand such a process. #SDGs #SDGs2015 #UNSDGs #SustainableDevelopment
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Keywords:
DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, POVERTY ERADICATION, FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, LAND DEGRADATION, DROUGHT, WATER, SANITATION, EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, CULTURE, HEALTH, POPULATION DYNAMICS, GENDER EQUALITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL RESOURCES, GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
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UN, (2015)
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02.04.00 - Development
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And Their Impact On The European SD governance framework
Abstract:
The UN General Assembly's Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) agreed on and published a ‘zero draft’ proposal at the conclusion of its thirteenth and final session on the 19th July 2014. The proposal contains 17 goals (see following Fig.1.1), accompanied by 169 targets. This list of goals and targets is, however, only temporary as the final decision on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets will be taken during 2015. In fact, the post-2015 sustainable development agenda is expected to be adopted by UN Member States at a summit in September 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. By the end of 2014, the UN Secretary-General will produce a synthesis report bringing together the results of all the different work streams on the post-2015 development agenda to facilitate the General Assembly’s further deliberations.The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDGs has been included in the Rio+20 Outcome Document, ‘The future we want’ (2012), which incorporated the request to create an Open Working Group with the task of developing the set of SDGs. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization, and instructed that such a list of goals should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015. Therefore, Rio+20 needs to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDGs, and represents a key component to the SDGs and their impact on the European SD governance framework understand such a process. #SDGs #SDGs2014 #UNSDGs #SustainableDevelopment
Publisher: UN, ESDN Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, POVERTY ERADICATION, FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, LAND DEGRADATION, DROUGHT, WATER, SANITATION, EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, CULTURE, HEALTH, POPULATION DYNAMICS, GENDER EQUALITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL RESOURCES, GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2015)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Auditor:
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And Their Impact On The European SD governance framework
Abstract:
The UN General Assembly's Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) agreed on and published a ‘zero draft’ proposal at the conclusion of its thirteenth and final session on the 19th July 2014. The proposal contains 17 goals (see following Fig.1.1), accompanied by 169 targets. This list of goals and targets is, however, only temporary as the final decision on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets will be taken during 2015. In fact, the post-2015 sustainable development agenda is expected to be adopted by UN Member States at a summit in September 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. By the end of 2014, the UN Secretary-General will produce a synthesis report bringing together the results of all the different work streams on the post-2015 development agenda to facilitate the General Assembly’s further deliberations.The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDGs has been included in the Rio+20 Outcome Document, ‘The future we want’ (2012), which incorporated the request to create an Open Working Group with the task of developing the set of SDGs. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization, and instructed that such a list of goals should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015. Therefore, Rio+20 needs to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDGs, and represents a key component to the SDGs and their impact on the European SD governance framework understand such a process. #SDGs #UNSDGs #SustainableDevelopment
Publisher: UN, ESDN Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, POVERTY ERADICATION, FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, LAND DEGRADATION, DROUGHT, WATER, SANITATION, EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, CULTURE, HEALTH, POPULATION DYNAMICS, GENDER EQUALITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL RESOURCES, GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2015)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 2.3 MB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Auditor:
...
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And Their Impact On The European SD governance framework
Abstract:
The UN General Assembly's Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) agreed on and published a ‘zero draft’ proposal at the conclusion of its thirteenth and final session on the 19th July 2014. The proposal contains 17 goals (see following Fig.1.1), accompanied by 169 targets. This list of goals and targets is, however, only temporary as the final decision on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets will be taken during 2015. In fact, the post-2015 sustainable development agenda is expected to be adopted by UN Member States at a summit in September 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. By the end of 2014, the UN Secretary-General will produce a synthesis report bringing together the results of all the different work streams on the post-2015 development agenda to facilitate the General Assembly’s further deliberations.The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDGs has been included in the Rio+20 Outcome Document, ‘The future we want’ (2012), which incorporated the request to create an Open Working Group with the task of developing the set of SDGs. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization, and instructed that such a list of goals should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015. Therefore, Rio+20 needs to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDGs, and represents a key component to the SDGs and their impact on the European SD governance framework understand such a process. #SDGs #UNSDGs #SustainableDevelopment
Publisher: UN, ESDN Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, POVERTY ERADICATION, FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, LAND DEGRADATION, DROUGHT, WATER, SANITATION, EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, CULTURE, HEALTH, POPULATION DYNAMICS, GENDER EQUALITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL RESOURCES, GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2015)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 2.3 MB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Auditor:
...
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And Their Impact On The European SD governance framework
Abstract:
The UN General Assembly's Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) agreed on and published a ‘zero draft’ proposal at the conclusion of its thirteenth and final session on the 19th July 2014. The proposal contains 17 goals (see following Fig.1.1), accompanied by 169 targets. This list of goals and targets is, however, only temporary as the final decision on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets will be taken during 2015. In fact, the post-2015 sustainable development agenda is expected to be adopted by UN Member States at a summit in September 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. By the end of 2014, the UN Secretary-General will produce a synthesis report bringing together the results of all the different work streams on the post-2015 development agenda to facilitate the General Assembly’s further deliberations.The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDGs has been included in the Rio+20 Outcome Document, ‘The future we want’ (2012), which incorporated the request to create an Open Working Group with the task of developing the set of SDGs. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization, and instructed that such a list of goals should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015. Therefore, Rio+20 needs to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDGs, and represents a key component to the SDGs and their impact on the European SD governance framework understand such a process. #SDGs #UNSDGs #SustainableDevelopment
Publisher: UN, ESDN Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, POVERTY ERADICATION, FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, LAND DEGRADATION, DROUGHT, WATER, SANITATION, EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, CULTURE, HEALTH, POPULATION DYNAMICS, GENDER EQUALITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL RESOURCES, GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2015)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 2.3 MB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: PRABIGYA MANANDHAR, Auditor:
...
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And Their Impact On The European SD governance framework
Abstract:
The UN General Assembly's Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) agreed on and published a ‘zero draft’ proposal at the conclusion of its thirteenth and final session on the 19th July 2014. The proposal contains 17 goals (see following Fig.1.1), accompanied by 169 targets. This list of goals and targets is, however, only temporary as the final decision on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets will be taken during 2015. In fact, the post-2015 sustainable development agenda is expected to be adopted by UN Member States at a summit in September 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. By the end of 2014, the UN Secretary-General will produce a synthesis report bringing together the results of all the different work streams on the post-2015 development agenda to facilitate the General Assembly’s further deliberations.The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDGs has been included in the Rio+20 Outcome Document, ‘The future we want’ (2012), which incorporated the request to create an Open Working Group with the task of developing the set of SDGs. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization, and instructed that such a list of goals should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015. Therefore, Rio+20 needs to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDGs, and represents a key component to the SDGs and their impact on the European SD governance framework understand such a process. #SDG #UNSDG #SustainableDevelopment
Publisher: UN, ESDN Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, POVERTY ERADICATION, FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, LAND DEGRADATION, DROUGHT, WATER, SANITATION, EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, CULTURE, HEALTH, POPULATION DYNAMICS, GENDER EQUALITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL RESOURCES, GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2015)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 2.3 MB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) And Their Impact On The European SD governance framework
Abstract:
The UN General Assembly's Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG) agreed on and published a ‘zero draft’ proposal at the conclusion of its thirteenth and final session on the 19th July 2014. The proposal contains 17 goals (see following Fig.1.1), accompanied by 169 targets. This list of goals and targets is, however, only temporary as the final decision on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related targets will be taken during 2015. In fact, the post-2015 sustainable development agenda is expected to be adopted by UN Member States at a summit in September 2015 at the UN Headquarters in New York. By the end of 2014, the UN Secretary-General will produce a synthesis report bringing together the results of all the different work streams on the post-2015 development agenda to facilitate the General Assembly’s further deliberations.The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDGs has been included in the Rio+20 Outcome Document, ‘The future we want’ (2012), which incorporated the request to create an Open Working Group with the task of developing the set of SDGs. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization, and instructed that such a list of goals should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015. Therefore, Rio+20 needs to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDGs, and represents a key component to the SDGs and their impact on the European SD governance framework understand such a process.
Publisher: UN, ESDN Type / Script:
Publication  in  English
Keywords:
DEVELOPMENT, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, POVERTY, POVERTY ERADICATION, FOOD SECURITY, NUTRITION, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, LAND DEGRADATION, DROUGHT, WATER, SANITATION, EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION, CULTURE, HEALTH, POPULATION DYNAMICS, GENDER EQUALITY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, GENDER EQUALITY, EMPOWERMENT, SUSTAINABLE CONSUMPTION, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY, ECOSYSTEM, BIODIVERSITY, NATURAL RESOURCES, GLOBAL PARTNERSHIPS
Thematic Group:
UN, (2015)
Thesaurus:
02.04.00 - Development
PDF | File Size: 2.3 MB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...