Sunday, Jul 12 2020
Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Localizing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Introduction

The complex challenges our cities are facing today are all interconnected. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a holistic framework for integrating social, environmental, and economic targets for systemic change. Through this work, we aim to contribute to a shared language among different sectors (public, private, not-for-profit) and align all levels of policies from local to federal to global. This initiative will provide relevant information for assessing collaborations, gaps, duplications, and needs across key decision-makers, agents of change, funders and stakeholders in general.

Click on the icons below to explore the list of local indicators or learn more about localizing the SDGs.

 

Tracking Local SDG Indicators

           
           
 

 

References

Local Documents

  1. City of London. Smart Moves - the London 2030 Transportation Master Plan (TMP). (2013)
  2. City of London. Community Energy Action Plan. (2014)
  3. City of London. London’s Community Diversity and Inclusion Strategy. (2017)
  4. City of London. London Urban Agriculture Strategy. (2017)
  5. City of London. London Cultural Prosperity Plan. (2018)
  6. City of London. City of London Newcomer Strategy. (2018)
  7. City of London. Strategic Plan 2019-2023. (2019)
  8. Cycling Advisory Committee. City of London Cycling Master Plan Review. (2019)
  9. Kovacs Inc. Back to the river community consultation report. (2015)
  10. London Community Foundation. Vital Signs Report. (2018)
  11. MDB Insight. Community Economic Roadmap. (2015)
  12. Middlesex London Food Policy Council. Beyond Waste Forum Final Report. (2018)
  13. Middlesex-London County. Community Drug & Alcohol Strategy (CDAS). (2018)
  14. Thames Valley District School Board. TVDSB Guideline for Inclusive Learning Cultures: Supporting Trans and Gender Diverse Students & Staff. (2018)