Enshrined within the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals are lofty ambitions which when achieved will do the entire humanity good. The question is, what is a practical way to measure progress on the goals? The Finnish have a clever answer.
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Conservation groups will have one less means to challenge ministerial decisions on the environment if Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull gets his way. Deakin University's Samantha Hepburn shows what Australia has to lose.
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By ditching traditional ideas of infrastructure development and implementing more integrative and place-based approaches, developing cities can become sustainable and resilient, says Tony Wong from the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities.
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Global goals and targets often rely on national data, but local data is needed to inform action on the ground and to monitor progress, says Sheela Patel from the Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centers.
Antipoverty transfers can help to lift people out of poverty, but sourcing the money required remains a constant challenge. Professor Armando Barrientos analyses the options for financing such programmes.
Indonesia has already made notable strides to develop climate mitigation strategies that ensure the protection of its forests, notably through its high-level support for efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation ...
This briefing note outlines the challenges and opportunities for Indonesia to achieve water, energy and food security targets in ways that align with its long term development strategy. A water-energy-food ...