IGES supports sustainable governance arrangements that promote collaboration across sectors, levels, and stakeholders, aimed at building inclusive, resilient and prosperous societies.
To achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is essential to mainstream sustainability into the institutional frameworks and policymaking processes of countries, cities, and communities. Following a co-benefits approach, we work collaboratively with national and local governments, businesses and civil society to help improve environmental safeguards and move towards achieving the SDGs.
Session on Japanese Energy-Efficient Technologies at GEDA and NPC’s State Level Energy Auditors and Energy Managers Meet (Surat, Gujarat, India)
This one-day training session focused on introducing the theory, methods, and practices of the Voluntary Local Reviews to the LOGIN members (staff of the local governments' associations in South and East Asia).
Implementing Solutions to Air Pollution and Climate Change in Asia: Building Capacities, Strengthening Policies, and Financing Technologies
The 11th International Forum for Sustainable Asia and the Pacific “Inclusive Transformation: Multi-stakeholder Collaboration Driving the World towards a Circulating and Ecological Economy”
IGES Supports SMEs SDGs Report Publication at the National-level, and its Launch at the High-level Political Forum 2019
IGES announced that the “Taiyo Jyuken Sustainable Development Goals Report 2019”, supported by IGES, was presented at a side-event of the High-level Political Forum (HLPF) 2019 in New York.
Governments and stakeholders the world over are in the process of developing a new set of goals to guide global development until 2030. IGES is actively engaged in the achievement of these goals.