SDG12 Responsible Consumption and Production

Asia-Pacific Energy Portal

The Asia Pacific Energy Portal is one aspect of ESCAP’s support to regional member States under the Asian and Pacific Energy Forum (APEF). With the generous support of the Russian Federation, the portal has been designed to serve as an informational foundation, helping to meet that mandate and support ESCAP’s ongoing energy-related activities. The portal was launched at the 71st Commission Session in May 2015 and continues to develop with new features and content.

SDG Pulse 2020

In 2015, the United Nations launched the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and corresponding SDGs. To support this programme a Global Indicator Framework was adopted by the United Nations Statistical Commission in March 2017 and subsequently by the UN General Assembly in July 2017. That framework comprises 232 statistical indicators designed to measure the 17 goals and their respective 169 targets.

International Webinar- Environet Series 2: Our Carbon Footprint, Our Contribution To Address Climate Change

Climate Change (also known as Global Warming) is the name given to long term changes to temperature on and around the Earth’s surface, which causes long term shifts to weather patterns. Climate change is the ultimate effect of large carbon footprints made from our daily life. To address this problem we need to start to make changes to become a more responsible consumer.

Environet Series 2: Our Carbon Footprint, Our Contribution To Address Climate Change

Climate Change (also known as Global Warming) is the name given to long term changes to temperature on and around the Earth’s surface, which causes long term shifts to weather patterns. Climate change is the ultimate effect of large carbon footprints made from our daily life. To address this problem we need to start to make changes to become a more responsible consumer.

Tracking progress on food and agriculture related SDG indicators 2020: A report on the indicators under FAO custodianship

In September 2019, the High Level Political Forum noted that the world is “on track” to meeting the Sustainable Development Goals. This echoed the main finding of the first edition of this report, issued in July 2019, that the world was not going to meet most of the food and agriculture-related SDG targets by 2030.