The Seventh International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific (ISAP2015) will focus on forging multi-stakeholder partnerships towards 2030.
2015 site archive
This summary from IRF2015's sixth retreat reflects discussions around the theme of an Integrated Financing Framework for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda.
This summary is from the second IRF2015 retreat which addressed the theme of what a Universal Goal Framework would look like in practice.
Can green bonds help India meet growing energy demand sustainably, ask Mandira Thakur from IRF partner, Development Alternatives
13 July 2015 - as the Financing for Development conference opens in Addis Ababa, this week's digest includes views on what to expect from the event, as well as details of the final draft of the outcome document for the UN Summit to adopt the post-2015 development agenda.
photo: Espen Rasmussen/PANOS
3 July 2015 - this week's post-2015 digest provides a compilation of news, opinion, reports, and events on the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals and related processes, including a report on actioning the post-2015 agenda and coverage from the High Level Political Forum in New York.
photo: Diana Mitlin, IIED.
This summary captures the main themes from the seventh IRF2015 informal retreat on the theme of Accountability for Results: Building an Integrated Monitoring and Review Framework for the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda in New York.
29 June – this week’s post-2015 digest provides a compilation of news, opinion, reports, and events on the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals and related processes, including links to briefing papers from the German Development Institute on post-2015 and financing for development.
The zero draft of the UN summit outcomes on the Sustainable Development Goals does credit to global discussions to date, but Kitty van der Heijden and Mathilde Bouyé from WRI find there is still scope for improvement.
The zero draft emphasises that no-one must be left behind, image: Isabelle Lemaire, IIED
The coming six months provide a unique opportunity for a global shift towards sustainable development with three major summits on finance, on climate and on the post-2015 agenda. Never before have we had such a confluence of events intended to put the world on a more sustainable trajectory.
How do the Sustainable Development Goals relate to existing national targets? Paula Lucci and Andrew Scott from ODI warn report back on their study, Mind the Gap, looking at national targets in 75 countries.