An online database of trade agreements in the Asia-Pacific region. The database contains information on all preferential agreements within the region, an agreement-country matrix, and an advanced search engine allowing to locate agreements by country, agreement name, status, scope, WTO notification status, and keywords.
This is the Australian Government's Reporting Platform on the Sustainable Development Goals Indicators (SDGs). The platform is designed to provide a single point of access for anyone interested in Australian Government data on the SDG Indicators. The platform forms part of a comprehensive package of reporting on Australia's progress on the SDGs that includes Australia's 2018 Voluntary National Review and the Australian SDGs website.
The United Nations Development Programme and the State Statistics Committee of Azerbaijan launched a National Information Portal on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) today recognising the crucial importance of strengthening the statistical capacity in the country.
Responding to a growing demand for national and international data to track and monitor the progress towards the implementation of the SDGs, the new portal introduces an interactive dashboard, which collects consolidated data on the SDGs from a number of designated government institutions. The platform also uses data from the State Statistics Committee in a way that allows users to explore and visualise data and analyse the progress towards goals, targets and indicators.
CRVS systems play a key role in monitoring and facilitating progress towards the SDGs. As the best source of continuous and up to date information on birth, death, health and population statistics, CRVS is needed to measure a wide range of population-based SDG targets. Legal documentation provided by civil registration systems helps to reduce trafficking, statelessness, sexual exploitation and child marriage. Improving CRVS is also an SDG objective in its own right and is covered by Goals 16.9 and 17.19.
The Climate Action Tracker decarbonisation data portal provides a dashboard to track the rates of decarbonisation per country in various sectors. The portal aims to facilitate understanding of what factors drive the overall emissions trend in different countries (‘Where are we?’) and, for selected indicators, what the best-in-class/2°C/1.5°C compatible benchmark level would be (‘Where do we want to go?’).
The Education within the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development portal provides a platform from which to access information, news, data, monitoring, planning, and etc. surrounding SDG 4 "Quality Education."
The EFDB is meant to be a recognised library, where users can find emission factors and other parameters with background documentation or technical references that can be used for estimating greenhouse gas emissions and removals. It is a database on various parameters to be used in calculation of anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks of greenhouse gases. It covers not only the so-called "emission factors" but also the other relevant parameters. For convenience sake, however, the term "Emission Factor" or its abbreviation "EF" is sometimes used to represent parameters in this database generally.
FAOSTAT provides free access to food and agriculture data for over 245 countries and territories and covers all FAO regional groupings from 1961 to the most recent year available.
The Global Climate Action portal is an online platform where non-Party stakeholders from around the globe - companies, cities, subnational regions, investors and civil society organizations - can display their commitments to act on climate change.
Launched by UN Climate Change, Peru and France in 2014, the portal was born from the realization that addressing climate change will take ambitious, broad-based action by all sectors of society, public and private.
By displaying their ambition and commitments, non-Party stakeholders lent momentum to the negotiations that produced the Paris Climate Change Agreement in December 2015. At the UN Climate Conferences in Marrakesh in 2016 and Bonn in 2017, countries restated their understanding that success on climate change will require still greater ambition on the part of non-state actors.
Therefore, the portal's role as a tracking and reporting tool - one that recognizes existing action and attracts new commitments - was revamped in September 2018 with the aim of making the it more comprehensive and easier to use.