Five spearheads for sustainable development

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Realisation of the UN’s Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development requires both universality (working to achieve all goals everywhere) and strategic ability (selection and phasing of focus areas). Since all the 17 Agenda 2030 goals are interlinked, some key clusters of goals need to be identified in order to tackle the complex whole. The Finnish Government has been drafting a national implementation plan for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development throughout 2016. The Expert Panel on Sustainable Development proposes five key focus areas as spearheads for the plan. They are based on the decoupling of economic growth from both environmental hazards and perceived well-being.

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Five spearheads for sustainable development

Authors

Eeva Furman, Eva Heiskanen, Heikki Hiilamo, Tuuli Hirvilammi, Eeva Hellström, Janne Hukkinen, Jaakko Kiander, Anne Birgitta Pessi, Juho Saari

Place of publication

Helsinki

Year of publication

2016

Publisher

Sitra

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8 p.

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ENVIRONMENT; SOCIETY; ENVIRONMENTAL NUISANCES; HEALTH; WELFARE; WORK; ECONOMY; ENERGY; NATURAL RESOURCES; SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT; ECONOMIC GROWTH; EQUALITY; PARTICIPATION; GOOD LIFE

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Expert Panel on Sustainable Development

Sustainable development is fundamental to all decision-making in society. However, we often lack the ability to apply it to our everyday life and grasp the opportunities it provides. The expert panel was hosted by Sitra from 2013 to 2018 and continues under a new host to help make the voice of science better heard.

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