REGIONS2030 Final Event: Monitoring the SDGs in the EU Regions
Published On: 2023/11/21
Local actions and strategies are essential to implementing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Agenda. On 5 December, in Brussels, the final event of the pilot project “REGIONS2030: Monitoring the SDGs in the EU regions – Filling the data gaps” will take place.
On the occasion, 10 European regions will present the results of their collaborative effort to develop a shared system to monitor the Sustainable Development Goals regionally.
Participants will leave with an enhanced understanding of the role of regional indicators in monitoring progress towards the SDGs, as well as strategies for their implementation and the importance of regional cooperation in achieving sustainable development in Europe.
Tuesday, 5 December 2023, 09:30 – 12:30
Brussels, Committee of the Regions – Rue Belliard 101
The pilot project “REGIONS2030: Monitoring the SDGs in the EU regions – Filling the data gaps” is a collaboration between the European Parliament, the European Commission (Joint Research Centre, DG REGIO, EUROSTAT) and 10 European pilot regions. The project aims to co-design and test a common set of indicators to monitor all SDGs regionally in Europe. The UG Centre for Sustainable Development is a partner of the Pomeranian Voivodeship in the project.
For more information on the activities of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, click here.