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Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals in Switzerland

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Medienmitteilung: Gründung Expert Panel

Die Schweiz hat sich 2015 verpflichtet, ihren Beitrag zum Erreichen der UN-Ziele für nachhaltige Entwicklung bis 2030 zu leisten. Viel Potenzial, um endlich wesentliche Schritte zu machen, bietet das Schweizer Ernährungssystem: Die von SDSN Switzerland ins Leben gerufene wissenschaftliche Expertengruppe «Ernährungszukunft Schweiz» erarbeitet nun für diesen Bereich konkrete Diskussionsgrundlagen und Handlungsempfehlungen.

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30.11.2021

Media Release Establishment of the Parliamentary Group on Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (SDGs) 

In 2015, Switzerland committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030. Soon it will be half-time and our country is falling further and further behind other countries in achieving the goals. With the support of SDSN Switzerland, parliamentarians are now forming for the first time with the inclusion of all parliamentary groups on the UN Agenda 2030. DE, FR

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26.01.2022

Newsletter January 2022

The SDSN Network and our team have been busy through the last months of 2021, amplifying voices and actions for sustainable development in Switzerland. There are some highlights of our work that we would like to point out!

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29.10.2021

IFF conference media release

At the invitation of SDSN Switzerland and several research institutes, a conference on illicit financial flows in commodity trading was held at the University of Bern. The results of two research projects were discussed with representatives from science, policy, industry and civil society, and courses of action were identified.
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