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Medienmitteilung: Gründung Expert Panel

Heute präsentiert die Schweiz der UNO den Länderbericht des Bundesrats zur 
Umsetzung der Agenda 2030. Was dieser nicht zeigt: Das Tempo ist zu 
langsam, um die Ziele zu erreichen. Um besser voranzukommen, müssen 
Bund und Politik eine starke Führungsrolle übernehmen. Français

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02.06.2022

Sustainable Development Report 2022

For the second year in a row, the world is no longer making progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This is one of the main findings of the Sustainable Development Report 2022, launched on 2 June by UN SDSN. In the SDG index ranking, Switzerland climbed up to rank 8 (2021: 16). However, this improvement in rank is mostly due to downward trends in other countries. The pandemic and poor performance on climate, biodiversity, and sustainable urban development goals led to a slight decrease of the SDG Index world average.

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01.06.2022

Our network is growing: Newsletter June 2022

In May, Switzerland’s first national citizens’ assembly was announced with SDSN Switzerland as part of the project. Furthermore, we have a new co-chair in our Leadership Council and new members joined SDSN Switzerland in the last few months.

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30.05.2022

Citizens’ assembly on the future of food

In Switzerland’s first national citizens’ assembly, SDSN listens to consumers when it comes to our future of food. This is part of a broad dialogue process initiated by Biovision, Landwirtschaft mit Zukunft (Agriculture du future), and SDSN Switzerland. The citizens’ assembly consists of a group of 100 people drawn by lot, composed similar to the Swiss population in characteristics like gender, age, education, and political views. They will discuss solutions for a sustainable food policy and develop recommendations. Stakeholders from various sectors will give inputs and a scientific panel will accompany the process.