Consisting of executives and representatives of leading businesses in a wide range of industries and sectors from across the Asia-Pacific region, the ESCAP Sustainable Business Network (ESBN) is set up to drive businesses in working towards the 2030 Sustainable Agenda and the associated Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The ESBN actively engages in promoting inclusive, resilient, and sustainable development through public-private partnerships, launching, and implementing activities/projects to enable the adoption, practice, and implementation of the SDGs.
The Youth Voices for Climate Action (YV4CA) campaign serves as an inclusive platform for youth in the Asia-Pacific region to make their voices heard on climate action. By making your voice heard on this critical issue, you can inspire others to do the same and move policy makers in your country to accelerate climate action. Contribute your voice or apply as an Advocate today and join a community of action-oriented youth.
Join the SDG Help Desk's dynamic discussion forum! Our mission is simple: we want to bring together all sustainable development practitioners and learners to a dedicated and dynamic discussion forum on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Here is what you should expect: Experiencing content and conversations around the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals; Connecting with people who share your interests, who work in your area or care about the same topics; Sharing and exchanging stories, experiences, and ideas around our shared mission; Finding inspiration, thought-provoking conversations, and expert perspective each and every day.
The MICCA Programme organises learning events and webinars through ten discussion fora. All practitioners are welcome to join online discussions looking at climate change and agriculture from different perspectives. You too can participate in upcoming events by joining one or more of the fora. The MICCA Programme started to facilitate online communities in 2012. The communities host over 6,300 individual members from different stakeholder groups in over 120 countries. Materials from the online learning events can be found under Resources.
On the UN-REDD Programme Online Collaborative Workspace community space, you can connect with other REDD+ practitioners, join groups, engage in forum discussions, and view a database of UN-REDD Programme technical experts. Reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) is a mechanism developed by Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). It creates a financial value for the carbon stored in forests by offering incentives for developing countries to reduce emissions from forested lands and invest in low-carbon paths to sustainable development.
The web-based Community of Practice (CoP) on food loss and waste reduction serves as a global convener and an integrator of knowledge on post-harvest loss (PHL) and food waste reduction. It offers a platform to facilitate linkages and information sharing amongst stakeholders and relevant networks, projects and programs.
The Global Youth Climate Network (GYCN) is an initiative under the World Bank Group’s (WBG) Youth-to-Youth (Y2Y) Community. GYCN aims to engage the youth community both within and outside the WBG to participate in climate initiatives that raise awareness on climate issues and mitigate the impacts of climate change. Our programs are action-driven, through active engagement with young climate leaders worldwide and partnerships with various organizations.
The NDC Partnership is open to countries and international institutions that are committed to ambitious implementation of nationally determined contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. By joining the NDC Partnership, members gain access to a global network of knowledge and resources to support their work in climate action. Benefits include, but are not limited to acquiring access to a large network of partners that can deliver a flexible array of services geared towards implementation of NDCs.