Presentation by Aniket Shah from Sustainable Development Solutions Network.
The main elements of the SDGs that should guide implementation strategy are dignity, people, prosperity, the planet, justice and partnership.
African Leaders demonstrated their willingness to tackle poverty challenges by designing their own development solutions under the form of NEPAD programmes. Africa’s development frameworks and plans, visions and strategies are well known and embodied by NEPAD and Agenda2063. In this document we have selected a list of priority game-changer activities that have the potential to achieve transformational results, to impact efficiently towards sustainable development.
Objectives are to assess zero draft and Africa Group of negotiators document and highlight areas for discussion as appropriate; To synthesize elements from the zero draft, chairs summary and ECA elements paper into concrete proposals for the negotiations focusing on what Africa and G77 and China should demand from development partners; and to suggest sub-headings for Africa’s proposals under each of the FfD catagories.
Presentation by Felix Dodds from the Associate Fellow Tellus Institute.
Diagrams illustrating African priorities on Partnerships and Financing for Development.
NEPAD presentation about the means of implementation for SDGs and Financing for Development Capacity Dimensions - Financial & Non Financial.
This report proposes five core programme areas in which large enterprises, including transnational corporations, can contribute to the goals of sustainable development; (a) global corporate environmental management; (b) risk and hazard minimization; (c) environmentally sounder consumption patterns; (d) full-cost environmental accounting; and (e) environmental conventions, standards and guidelines.
In order to achieve the three objectives of Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) by 2030, current annual investments need to be doubled in the areas of energy access, energy efficiency and renewable energy. The first SE4ALL Global Tracking Framework1 report concluded that it is more feasible to achieve the three objectives jointly than to pursue any one of them individually.
1. Private and External Financing of African Developing: Current State of Play In Africa, as in many other developing regions of the world, the financing resources needed to achieve the SDGs will be of a much greater magnitude than those mobilized for the MDGs, surpassing current development financial flows.