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Brazil SDSN Work Plan Workshop in Itaipava

Brazil SDSN workshop in Itaipava (March 22-24, 2015)

From March 22-24, the Brazil SDSN convened a group of 30 prominent network stakeholders for a workshop to discuss overall strategy and the development of a Network work plan.

SDSN Germany Issues Statement on G7

SDSN Germany has issued a statement calling on the Federal Chancellor and her G7 counterparts to agree in June in Elmau on determined contributions to global sustainable development – in the G7 countries, their policies, and cooperation with others.

The Role of Youth for Sustainable Development – Special Session at the SDSN Mediterranean Conference

During the 2nd Conference of the SDSN Mediterranean Network that took place on March 5-6 at the University of Siena, Italy, a special session themed “The Role of Youth for Sustainable Development. Towards the launch of SDSN Youth” was held to focus on the issues of youth empowerment and engagement in the transition from the MDGs to the SDGs, as well as to foster the discussion about the proposed SDSN Youth global initiative, which is now in the process of being launched.

The World in 2050: Pathways towards a sustainable future

On March 12, 2015, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), the Stockholm Resilience Center at Stockholm University, the Earth Institute at Columbia University, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), and the Alpbach-Laxenburg Group announced the launch of a new initiative to develop integrated pathways for achieving sustainable development and attain the Sustainable Development Goals.

Second SDSN Mediterranean Conference Held in Siena, Italy

Achim Dobermann speaking at the 2nd SDSN Mediterranean Network Conference (March 5-6, 2015)

The Second Conference of the SDSN Mediterranean Network was held on March 5-6 in At the University of Siena, Italy. This year’s conference focused on agri-food sustainability in the region and was attended by 250 researchers, policy makers and private sector representatives.

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  • The Role of Youth for Sustainable Development – Special Session at the SDSN Mediterranean Conference

    During the 2nd Conference of the SDSN Mediterranean Network that took place on March 5-6 at the University of Siena, Italy, a special session themed “The Role of Youth for Sustainable Development. Towards the launch of SDSN Youth” was held to focus on the issues of youth empowerment and engagement in the transition from the MDGs to the SDGs, as well as to foster the discussion about the proposed SDSN Youth global initiative, which is now in the process of being launched.

  • The World in 2050: Pathways towards a sustainable future

    On March 12, 2015, the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), the Stockholm Resilience Center at Stockholm University, the Earth Institute at Columbia University, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), and the Alpbach-Laxenburg Group announced the launch of a new initiative to develop integrated pathways for achieving sustainable development and attain the Sustainable Development Goals.

  • Second SDSN Mediterranean Conference Held in Siena, Italy

    The Second Conference of the SDSN Mediterranean Network was held on March 5-6 in At the University of Siena, Italy. This year’s conference focused on agri-food sustainability in the region and was attended by 250 researchers, policy makers and private sector representatives.

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