Tagged on: Sustainable Development Goals

Serials
Universality in the Post 2015 Sustainable Development Agenda : UNEP Post 2015 Note 9
United Nations Environment Programme, United Nations Human Rights

The UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights were amongst the first international agreements to frame the notion of \"universality\". Since then the term has been used in various fora and processes, for example in the context of common principles and standards, of global public goods, and in the notion of leaving no one behind. Sustainable development is a universal aspiration, requiring international cooperation and joint responsibility for a greater common good.


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2015
Reports and Books
Sustainable trade and investment : Achieving the sustainable development goals
United Nations Environment Programme
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2015
Serials
Green and decent jobs for poverty eradication : UNEP Post 2015 Note 4
United Nations Environment Programme

Green jobs are not just for high-tech enterprises. Nature-based and other green jobs can create prosperity for all while safeguarding the Earth’s life support systems and the ecological foundation of the economy.


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2014
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Eradicating poverty through an inclusive green economy : UNEP Post 2015 Note 6
United Nations Environment Programme

Ending poverty can be achieved if sustainable economic growth, social protection, and environmental health and stewardship are considered together. Tracking progress through new indicators should be part of the drive towards eradicating poverty irreversibly through smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.


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2014
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Human health and the environment : UNEP Post 2015 Note 3
United Nations Environment Programme

Ensuring a clean and healthy environment, through effective environmental management, will provide multiple benefits to society and the economy.


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2014
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Environmental dimensions of resilient and peaceful societies : UNEP Post 2015 Note 5
United Nations Environment Programme

At least 40 per cent of all violent conflicts in the last 60 years have been linked to natural resources. Climate change and increasing natural disasters are expected to increase the risk of such conflicts by degrading the available resource base.


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2014
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Integrating the three dimensions of sustainable development : How to achieve a balanced, ambitious and inclusive framework : UNEP Post 2015 Note 1
United Nations Environment Programme

Growth and prosperity are being achieved at the expense of the planet’s life support systems, and at the expense of greater inequality. Disasters are reversing development gains. The three dimensions of sustainable development are clearly inter-dependent.


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2014
Serials
Environment for food and nutrition security : UNEP Post 2015 Note 7
United Nations Environment Programme

Profound imbalances are increasing pressures on ecosystems to satisfy a growing demand for quantity, quality and diversity of food. This will require substantial changes in the production, consumption and quality of food. We need to produce more food more efficiently and in a way that preserves the natural resource base to guarantee adequate food supply for now and future generations.


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2014
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Sustainable consumption and production and the SDGs : UNEP Post 2015 Note 2
United Nations Environment Programme

Achieving sustainable consumption and production patterns is not just an environmental issue||it is about maintaining the natural capital and hence productivity and capacity of our planet to meet human needs and sustains economic activities.


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2014
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Design and development of integrated indicators for the Sustainable Development Goals : Report : Senior expert meeting, 3-5 December 2014, Gland, Switzerland
United Nations Environment Programme

As part of the United Nations support to member countries in the development of the Sustainable Development Goals and following on from UNEA Resolution 1/4, UNEP organized an expert workshop on integrated indicators and the data revolution. The main aim was to develop integrated indicators which could support multiple goals and targets, using semantic networks and ontologies, relevant upto‐ date information and where needed big data derived from earth observation and mobile platforms.


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2014