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.
26 March, 2019
While the Agenda 2030 calls for urgent action of all countries to implement the SDGs, Russia lacks behind in many areas with too little and too slow progress.
26 February, 2019
On 14 February, 2019, the Australian Government released a report on the Senate's year-long Inquiry into implementing the SDGs. Inputs from the SDSN AusNZPac, SDSN members, and SDSN Youth are frequently referenced, along with Australia's ranking on SDSN's SDG Index and Dashboards Report.
02 January, 2019
Since 2017, the “Meet SDGs” High-end Forum has been one of the most popular serial events about sustainable development at Tsinghua University. More than 2000 audiences have attended the events onsite or online. Since “Meet SDGs” No.2, audiences all around the world can participate the forums remotely via web broadcasting.
05 December, 2018
On December 4, 2018 US chapter of the SDSN was launched, at Columbia University in New York. The chapter is co-directed by academic centers at Columbia University, Yale University, and the University of California San Diego. The SDSN USA joins 29 existing SDSN networks that are creating new online courses, educating their students and the general public, working with governments, engaging and empowering young people, and offering innovative solutions for the SDGs.
31 October, 2018
On Thursday October 25, 2018, SDSN was glad to present a first look at its latest regional network, the SDSN Black Sea. Hosted by the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and chaired by Prof. Nicolaos Theodossiou, Professor of Water Resources Management at the Department of Civil Engineering, this new regional chapter will function as a hub for sustainable development for the wider area of the Black Sea.
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