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A Territorial Approach to the Sustainable Development Goals

Synthesis report

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In the face of megatrends such as globalisation, climate and demographic change, digitalisation and urbanisation, many cities and regions are grappling with critical challenges to preserve social inclusion, foster economic growth and transition to the low carbon economy. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set the global agenda for the coming decade to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. A Territorial Approach to the Sustainable Development Goals argues that cities and regions play a critical role in this paradigm shift and need to embrace the full potential of the SDGs as a policy tool to improve people’s lives. The report estimates that at least 105 of the 169 SDG targets will not be reached without proper engagement of sub-national governments. It analyses how cities and regions are increasingly using the SDGs to design and implement their strategies, policies and plans; promote synergies across sectoral domains; and engage stakeholders in policy making. The report proposes an OECD localised indicator framework that measures the distance towards the SDGs for more than 600 regions and 600 cities in OECD and partner countries. The report concludes with a Checklist for Public Action to help policy makers implement a territorial approach to the SDGs.

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List of stakeholders

The following list of 238 stakeholders includes participants of the OECD Roundtables on Cities and Regions for the SDGs, 1st meeting on 7 March 2019, Paris and 2nd meeting on 9 December 2019, Bonn. It also includes stakeholders that sent written comments to previous versions of the report. Although not included in this list, other 800+ local stakeholders were consulted during the OECD missions to the 9 pilot regions and cities.

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