Hawai’i Plans State-level SDG Implementation

17 January 2018: The Hawai’i State Senate announced its intention to enact the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into state law to achieve the sustainability of Hawai’i’s people, communities, natural resources and economic prosperity. Hawai’i will implement the SDGs through the Aloha+ Challenge. The Hawai’i State Senate aims to focus on a local platform to … Continue reading Hawai’i Plans State-level SDG Implementation

UN Environment Management Group Announces New Dialogues, Campaign

11 January 2018: The Secretariat of the UN Environment Management Group (EMG) will hold a new series of ‘Nexus Dialogues,’ create two new Issue Management Groups and launch a campaign for waste management in the UN, among its activities in 2018. In addition, a biodiversity dialogue is expected to prepare terms of reference for a … Continue reading UN Environment Management Group Announces New Dialogues, Campaign

Initiatives Highlight Innovations of Past and Present to Tackle Water-related Challenges

January 2018: While the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is working to create a network of museums to understand the evolution and raise awareness of water use and conservation, an ‘International Water Summit’ (IWS) and preparations towards World Water Week have emphasized the future, in particular, technologies and linkages for meeting water-related challenges … Continue reading Initiatives Highlight Innovations of Past and Present to Tackle Water-related Challenges

Global Goals Website Creates Target-level Icons

  17 January 2018: In addition to icons for each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), ‘The Global Goals for Sustainable Development’ website now includes icons for each of the SDG targets. The communication initiative notes that it is time to turn worldwide enthusiasm for the SDGs into action, and the targets are meant … Continue reading Global Goals Website Creates Target-level Icons