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The Sustainable Development Dialogues, to be held in Riocentro, between June 16 to 19, in the context of the Rio+20 Conference, is an instrument to convene experts and stakeholders from civil society, including private sector, NGOs, scientific community, among other major groups, with a view to defining recommendations that will be taken directly to the Heads of State and Government during the High-Level Segment of Rio+20. This online platform is an instrument to ensure broad, democratic and diverse participation in the Sustainable Development Dialogues process.

 

The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, Rio+20, will be held from 13 to 22 June 2012 in Rio de Janeiro. It is known as Rio+20 because it marks the twentieth anniversary of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (Rio-92) and should help define the sustainable development agenda for the coming decades.

The Sustainable Development Dialogues, to be held in Riocentro, between June 16 to 19, in the context of the Conference, is an instrument to convene experts and stakeholders from civil society, including private sector, NGOs, scientific community, among other major groups, with a view to defining recommendations that will be taken directly to the Heads of State and Government during the High-Level Segment of Rio+20.

This online platform is an instrument to ensure broad, democratic and diverse participation in the Sustainable Development Dialogues process. Welcome!

Topics:

Oceans
Food and nutrition security
Sustainable development for fighting poverty
Sustainable development as an answer to the economic and financial crisis
Sustainable energy for all
Water
The economics of sustainable development, including sustainable patters of production and consumption
Sustainable cities and innovation
Unemployment, decent work and migrations
Forests

 Link: Rio+20 Dialogues

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