This report presents the conclusions of the independent expert group on the 'Follow-up to Rio+20, notably the sustainable development goals (SDGs)' that was established by the European Commission (EC) to provide advice on the role of science, technology and innovation (STI) for implementing the new global sustainable development agenda (2030 Age

Sustainable Transport matters when it comes to improving people’s lives. This together with: The transport sector is taking important action to address the two key global policy processes of 2015: sustainable development and climate change are major findings of the 2015 SLoCaT Transport Commitments Report.

The 2015 Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR) underscores the importance of science in guiding policy decisions for sustainable development.

Two years after the 2012 Rio+20 Conference, UNCTAD is pleased to announce the launching of its publication entitled of "The Road from Rio+20: Towards Sustainable Development Goals". This publication is the fourth in a projected series that is part of UNCTAD's contribution to the Rio Conference and its outcome.

This UNESCAP publication looks at recent developments in CSR with particular attention to the growing role of impact investment and the need for greater convergence of global CSR instruments.

In the lead up to the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20), which took place in Brazil in June 2012, there were numerous efforts in countries around the world to help Governments, Civil Society Organizations and individuals prepare for the event.

The LSE Cities/ICLEI survey on Cities and the Green Economy provides an up-to-date overview on the experiences of cities around the world in the transition to the green economy.

The concerted opposition to the EU push towards forcing foreign airlines landing in Europe to become a part of its emissions trading scheme has led to an unexpected development, whose implications

Indian businesses can have an edge in path-breaking innovations to reduce carbon emissions globally with an enabling regulatory environment and other support.

Text of the joint statement issued at the 11th BASIC ministerial meeting on climate change held at Johannesburg, South Africa from July 12-13, 2012. BASIC Ministers welcomed the outcome of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) and the adoption of the document The Future We Want, reaffirming the Rio Principles, in particular the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities.