We are committed to supporting the implementation of the SDGs at local, national, and global scales. To this end, we are building a global network of universities, research centers, and other knowledge institutions to translate the latest expertise in sustainable development into action.
SDSN's National and Regional networks support the localization of SDGs and their implementation, develop long-term transformation pathways for sustainable development, promote education around Agenda 2030, and launch solution initiatives.
02 October, 2018
With the rapid development of initiatives to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Indonesia, and to disseminate local lessons learned to a global network, SDSN is welcoming a new member and strategic collaborator in its Indonesia SDSN, the Belantara Foundation.
24 September, 2018
The 2018 Networks in Action report features the wide array of innovative solutions and initiatives being led by the SDSN’s national, regional, and thematic networks. It includes a new introductory piece by Prof. Mariana Mazzucato on mission-oriented research for the SDGs and also details how SDSN works with our networks.
09 September, 2018
To bridge the number of SDSN Youth organizations in Indonesia with the importance of achieving targets and indicators of the SDGs, SDSN Youth Indonesia initiated a workshop to sharpen the organization's strategy in its contribution to achieving SDGs. The workshop was divided into two sessions, the Impact Model Canvas Workshop and the Communication for Sustainable Development Workshop. Nearly half of the total members attended the workshop.
What's the worth of green areas? SDSN Brazil and WWF take a look at the economic importance of Brazil's protected areas
09 August, 2018
The book Quanto Vale o Verde: A Importância Econômica das Unidades de Conservação Brasileiras, published by SDSN Brazil's host institution Conservation International (CI-Brazil) in partnership with the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ) and partially funded by WWF, shows how protected areas could help generate revenue and employment opportunities for people and Brazil's national economy.
03 July, 2018
Experts from the SDSN Russia Secretariat at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) have examined the current state of renewable energy expansion in Russia.
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