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Global Sustainable Development Report 2019: Call for Inputs (deadline: 1st December 2017)

last modified Nov 23, 2017 03:43 PM
The independent group of scientists who are preparing the 2019 edition of the GSDR has requested inputs from scientific and non-scientific communities on four categories of research.

Contributions should be publications supported by short abstracts or descriptions of case studies that address one of four topics:

  • interactions among the SDGs and their targets;
  • transformation pathways towards sustainable development;
  • looking beyond the SDGs to major issues identified by research that are not explicitly taken into account in the SDGs;
  • and the role of science for sustainable development.

Contributions should be peer-reviewed scientific publications and other sources of knowledge that are or can be documented in written form.


For further information on this call, and to submit pieces of work for the 2019 GSDR, please click here.

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