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Local Sustainability 2012 study

Guidance and systemization of experiences

The aim of the Local Sustainability 2012 study is to document the variety of local processes for sustainability that have emerged globally since the 1992 Earth Summit. Local initiatives, many of them inspired by Local Agenda 21, have made a lasting mark not only on local but also on national and international governance systems, changing profoundly the way we think about sustainable development and pushing the boundaries of what is achievable.

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Localising the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Fair Trade –toolkit

Available in English

While all SDGs are, to some extent, related to Fair Trade, Fair Trade is particularly relevant to the goal on sustainable consumption and production and how this goal can serve to achieve eight other...

Developed by United Nations Conference on Trade and D...

Posted by UNDP

Tools : Territorial / Multi-Stakeholder Approach

Delivering the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Available in English

The current report picks up where 'A Million Voices' left off, and looks in more depth at the factors within each country that will support or impede implementation. A set of Dialogues has been explor...

Developed by United Nations Development Programme (UN...

Posted by UNDP

Concept notes and papers

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