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The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the attendant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) all recognize the close interlinkages of the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainability.
Project sustainability- the continuation of benefits after project support has ended- receives a lot of attention in the GEF partnership, and rightly so. Creating lasting benefits is the ultimate goal of development work, and a higher bar to reach than delivering on planned project outcomes.
The presentation titled Geospatial
Within the research and evaluation world, the use of remote data collection, especially with the use of ICTs, has become increasingly prevalent.
Blog co-author: Hur Hassnain, Senior Evaluation Advisor, European Commission DEVCO/EES
GEF’s support to countries is critical in promoting and implementing environmentally sound practices for medical waste treatment during health crises.
Not in a hundred years has the world been hit by a pandemic this deadly.
When you first hear the phrase "environmental peacebuilding," you may think that these two words are not directly linked. Think again. Many conflicts around the world affect and are affected by, at least indirectly, the environment and natural resources.