IGES SDG Interlinkages Tool

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E-Learning module on the means of implementation for SDGs
Contributing to IGES E-learning module on the means of implementation for SDGs, this short lecture focuses on data gaps and challenges for measuring environment-related SDGs. The lecture includes two parts. The first part focuses on the importance of environmental sustainability, the existing data gaps and solutions at the global level. The second...
Data or Tool
National policies to achieve the SDGs may lead to inequitable development at the sub-national levels. The research project "River basins as 'living laboratories' for achieving the SDGs across national and sub-national scales", collaborated among University of Glasgow (UK), Loughborough University (UK), Nankai University (China) and the Institute...
Commissioned Report
Implementing the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) receives the highest political support in Tanzania. The country’s Second Five-Year Development Plans (FYDP II) for the period of 2016/17-2020/21 is the main policy instrument in Tanzania for implementing the SDGs. Being a least developed country with limited capacities and...
Commissioned Report
Being a least developed country with limited capacities and financial resources, Ethiopia faces tremendous challenges in filling the development gaps and achieving the broad scope of SDGs with 169 targets and more than 230 indicators. Priority setting is therefore indispensable which can help use limited resources effectively by addressing the...
Commissioned Report
Building on the country’s momentum in economic growth and poverty reduction over the last couple of decades and aspiring to graduate from the least developed country (LDC) status, Lao PDR has developed a well-balanced policy framework for embracing the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Being a least developed country with...
Presentation
Technical workshop on analytical tools for capacity building on quantitative methods for SDG interactions and integration in national development strategies and integrated planning, organised by UNDESA, 18-19 December 2019, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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With limited capacities and financial resources, least developed countries such as Lao PDR, Ethiopia and Tanzania faces tremendous challenges in filling the development gaps and achieving the broad scope of SDGs with 169 targets and more than 230 indicators. Priority setting is therefore indispensable which can help use limited resources...
Commissioned Report
Embracing the interlinkages between sustainable consumption and production (SCP) and other SDGs in the national action plan for achieving SCP is indispensable from both scientific and practical perspectives. In this paper, a systems approach is proposed for achieving SCP through the interlinkages between SCP and other SDGs in Viet Nam. The IGES SDG...
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Workshop on Cambodia’s environmental challenges and the SDGs, Co-organized by the Korea Environment Institute (KEI) and the Royal Academy of Cambodia (RAC), 19 September 2019, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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An integrated approach for balancing the benefits from the three dimensions, social, economic and environmental, is fundamental to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The importance of environmental SDGs has been reflected in framework of the SDGs which refers to a total of 86 out of 169 targets. Though still being classified as a...
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ISAP 2019 P3: Integrating Climate Change and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Asia
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This a framing presentation on Climate Actions and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) at ISAP 2019 Plenary Session 3 "Integrating Climate Change and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Asia", focusing on the synergies and trade-offs from an interlinkage perspective. Achieving SDG 13 and other goals related to climate actions, particularly...
Data or Tool
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the targets interact with each other in an indivisible way. On the one hand, achieving one goal or target may contribute to achieving other goals or targets. For example, enhanced food security (Goal 2) will reinforce poverty eradication (Goal 1). On the other hand, the pursuit of one target may conflict...