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as a professional association for sustainability, it represents the common interests of its members in all sustainability issues, promotes cooperation among its members and assists them in carrying out their tasks. Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2013 Green Transformation and the Future of Growth Bonn, 18 June 2013 Bonner Impulse The European Development Report 2013 – After-2015: Global Action for an Inclusive and Sustainable Future Bonn, 11 June 2013 Public Roundtable New Tracks for Global Sustainability: How Can Politics, Economy and Science Meet? Berlin, 19 March 2013 International Cooperation Conference after 2015: Perspectives of Europe and Emerging Countries Shanghai, 12-13 January 2013 Informal Dialogue Post-WMO Agenda – A New Development Framework? Washington, D.C., June 11, 2012 International Workshop The Millennium Goals and Beyond: Reflections on an international development policy agenda after 2015 Bonn, 21-22 November 2011 Workshop Beyond 2015: Conceptual debate on the future of the Millennium Declaration and MGs Bonn, 18 January 2010 priorities! UNEP and Global Sustainability Research Bauer, Steffen / Carmen Richerzhagen The current section from 18 February 2013 From 7 to 17 July 2020 will virtually be held at the annual High Level Political Forum of the United Nations (FFF). The debates will be under the particular influence of the global fight against Covid-19. The SDGs are at the heart of the 2030 sustainable development agenda. Adopted by the UN General Assembly in September 2015, it takes into account for the first time the three dimensions of sustainability: social issues, the environment and the economy. The programme`s ambitions for 2030 are universal and therefore apply equally to all countries. Between 1857 and 2012, 747 multilateral agreements on the environment were concluded. [3] After the Intergovernmental Conference in Stockholm in 1972, the creation of international environmental agreements multiplied. [5] The United Nations has made MMAs popular, most MMAs have been implemented since 1972 at the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (also known as the Stockholm Conference).

[6] The Stockholm Declaration was adopted by the 113 countries attending the conference and was the first major universal document in an environmental issue. [6] Online Roundtable Innovation in training and learning for sustainability during (and after) the Corona crisis Online, 19 November 2020 The extension of the traditional model of sustainability (social, economic, environmental aspects) involves humans as acting beings in the consideration (participation). The German Sustainable Development Strategy embodies a concrete design with its objectives and indicators and thus provides a long-term focus on sustainable development policy in Germany. Several institutions – including the NERN – are tasked with ensuring that the principle of sustainability is applied to all the work of the federal government. Universal responsibility: the importance of the 2030 programme for the sustainable development of the German states Fischer, Cecilia / Imme Scholz (2015) Discussion Paper 12/2015 Global Development Finance: The Potential of Trade Finance Brandi, Clara / Birgit Schmitz (2015) Briefing Paper 10/2015 Global Development Finance: Can Foreign Direct Investment Be Increased Through International Investment Agreements? Berger, Axel (2015) Briefing Paper 9/2015 Global Development Finance: The Role of Central Banks Dafe, Florenz / Ulrich Volz (2015) Briefing Paper 8/2015 The SDGs and Debt Sustainability: A Meaningless Promise? Berensmann, Kathrin / Maren Buchholtz The current column of 16 March 2015 The Code of Sustainable Development supports the development of a sustainable development strategy and provides a way to report on sustainable development.