A room full of the heads of UN agencies and leadership of MEA Secretariats gave the chance for an authoritative discussion on how to break down silos and speed collaborative action on urgent issues.
Panelists called for an appropriate regulatory and incentive framework for the private sector to increasingly invest toward achieving the SDGs, including the private sector in developing countries.
Transforming agrifood systems to become more efficient, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable can tackle multiple environmental issues while delivering gains for the most frequently marginalized groups.
Noting intergenerational promises at the heart of the original Stockholm Conference, panelists discussed how to make the green economy transition fair for young people.
This event focused on the role of young people and their call for action on climate change, discussing the role of power structures, decision-making processes, and intergenerational dialogues for bolder collective action.
Stories of women's resilience in the face of environmental pressure pointed toward scalable actions that could advance gender equality and climate change resilience.
Three common issues emerge in a report from SEI and WBCSD on how to rapidly scale up green business practices in global value chains, with positive impacts for jobs and our environment.
Amid a global pandemic and a triple planetary crisis of climate change, pollution, and biodiversity loss, there was a renewed sense of urgency around “implementation, implementation, implementation” at the Stockholm+50 conference, predicated on fairness and inclusion.
Speakers observed that these publications arrive at the half-way mark of the 2030 Agenda, as the world struggles to achieve the SDGs and the Paris Agreement on climate change, as well as grappling with COVID-19 challenges and the “triple crisis” for food, energy and financing caused by the Ukraine crisis. Marie-Louise Koch Wegter, Permanent Mission of Denmark to the UN and Co-Chair of Group of Friends of Sustainable Energy, invited everyone to “act” after reading the 2022 publications.