The new post-2015 agenda of the United Nations

Scholz, Imme
External Publications (2014)

in: Global Review Winter 2014, 97-105


The new post-2015 global agenda is a unique opportunity for boosting international cooperation and making progress towards inclusive and environmentally sustainable development. For this purpose, it is necessary to (a) overcome the conceptual, political and institutional barriers in integrating human development and environmental sustainability, and (b) improve coordination and coherence between domestic policies and external relations.

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