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Crunching numbers. Quantifying the sustainable development


Identifier: 5555
Topographic Signature: MX 12.004.0138

Author: Gioutsos, Dean; Ochs, Alexander
Views: 215
Language: English
Category: Text
Place: Mexico, Mexico
Editorial: GIZ. Proyectos Iniciativa Agenda 2030
Publish Year: 2019
Page Number: 135

In coordination with German Development Cooperation, this study is presented as an essential first step to break the pattern of working in silos, by quantifying a selection of important social, economic and environmental co-benefits of climate action in various sectors and their impact for the achievement of the 2030 Agenda. Climate action must then be understood as a lever that enables the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), since a truly inclusive and sustainable development cannot be accomplished if the economic, social and environmental dimensions are not strategically integrated.

In this sense, this study contributes to the generation of national evidence that will allow us to advance towards an integrated implementation of both agendas, in order to continue working for human development, inclusion and resilience.

Thematic Areas : Climate Change