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Reform of Global Sustainable Development Institutions

Reform of Global Sustainable Development Institutions

The current institutional framework for sustainable development needs to be reformed, strengthened, better coordinated, and made more coherent

The current institutional framework for sustainable development needs to be reformed, strengthened, better coordinated, and made more coherent. In a briefing paper for the conference "Green Development and Governance Innovation: Prospects on the Rio+20" on 17 and 18 April 2012 in Shanghai, Sascha Müller-Kraenner, Partner of Ecologic Institute, points out the urgency of such reforms.

From 17th to 18th April 2012, the conference "Green Development and Governance Innovation: Prospects on the Rio+20" took place in Shanghai. Organisers are the Friedrich Ebert Foundation Shanghai and the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies (SIIS). On the 18th April, Sascha Müller-Kraenner gave a presentation on the reform of global sustainable development institutions. The briefing paper [pdf, 3 MB, English] is available for download.


Citation

Müller-Kraenner, Sascha 2012: Reform of Global Sustainable Development Institutions. Conference on Green Development and Governance Innovation: Prospects on the Rio+20 Summit. Briefing Paper. Shanghai: Friedrich Ebert Foundation.

Language
English
Funding
Publisher
Year
2012
Dimension
8 pp.
Table of Contents

Introduction and Summary
1. From Stockholm to Rio and Rio+20
2. The Rio+20 Agenda
3. Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development
4. Financing Options for Sustainable Development Institutions
5. A New World of Cooperation
Bibliography

Keywords
international environmental governance, sustainable development, institutional reform, environmental regimes, UNEP, CSD, UNFCC, international