SDPlanNET: Network of planners and decisions-makers to advance sustainable development planning
SDplanNet and its operating institutions (the International Institute for Sustainable Development [IISD], Institute for Global Environmental Strategies [IGES] and Africa Technology Policy Studies Network [ATPS]), together with its regional and global collaborating partners, convened a series of regional workshops in Asia, the Pacific, Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa.
These workshops were designed to explore the future of governance and practice for mainstreaming sustainable development principles, sustainable development goals and green economy approaches at the national and subnational levels, and for scaling up implementation.
Mainstreaming Sustainable Development into National and Subnational Development Planning in Latin America and Caribbean
Capacity-Building Courses for Integrating Sustainable Development into Policy Planning and Implementation
Achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Through Transformative Governance Practices and Vertical Collaboration at the National and Subnational Levels in Asia Pacific
What Role Can National Sustainable Development Councils and Similar Bodies Play in the Design and Delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals?
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