Four reasons why the Sustainable Development Goals offer hope and five big questions that are still to be answered.
IRF2015 partner, WRI, is co-hosting an event with the governments of Colombia and Switzerland on how early adopters are implementing the SDGs.
IRF2015 partner OSISA is hosting a lunchtime discussion in Johannesburg on the role of Southern African countries in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
This media briefing looks at the global goals for development being agreed by the United Nations General Assembly at its 70th Session on the 25-27 September, and explores how they represent a new direction for the global community, integrating environmental sustainability with eliminating poverty and inequality wherever it is found.
The Sustainable Development Goals set an ambitious new agenda, but implementation is what counts. A new book from IRF partner, IGES, looks at how the goals could be achieved.
14 Sept - 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 details of two events being hosted by WRI during the September summit.
The Sustainable Development Goals are ambitious and wide-ranging, but what are they going to cost, and who is going to pay?
What are we paying for?
7 Sept 2015 – this week’s post-2015 Digest provides a compilation of news, opinion, reports, and events on the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and related processes, including the launch of UN DESA’s Partnerships for the SDGs online platform.
31st August 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.
24 August - this week's round-up of post-2015 news, updates and blog comment, including an endorsement for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) final text from the Transparency, Accountability and Participation Network