Sustainability research

The Sustainability Research Initiative aims to direct science towards sustainable development and Agenda 2030, thereby supporting the work on socially-relevant priority issues. It represents Switzerland in the international Future Earth programme.

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Peter Messerli at HPFL 2019
  • 17.07.2019
  • Notizie

2019 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development

CDE director PeterMesserli last week at the 2019 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development presenting the Global Sustainable Development Report jointly with Endah Mauriningtyas
Nature Sustainability Interview with Peter Messerli, and Eeva Furman
  • 10.07.2019
  • Notizie

Knowledge for sustainability action

The independent group of scientists (IGS) behind the forthcoming Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR) have joined the ongoing negotiations in the lead-up to the September 2019 SDG Summit in New York. IGS co-chair Peter Messerli and IGS member Eeva Furman speak to Nature Sustainability about writing the report.
Titelbild GAIA 2-2019
  • 2019
  • Swiss Academic Society for Environmental Research and Ecology
  • Articolo

How social sciences and humanities can contribute to transformative science

Social sciences and humanities play important roles in sustainability-oriented transformative research. A saguf workshop revealed what these roles can look like.
Newsletter KFPE, June 2019
  • 20.06.2019
  • Notizie

KFPE Newsletter, June 2019

The new KFPE newsletter is out
Title GAIA 2/2019
  • 14.06.2019
  • Notizie

Research for Sustainable Development Goals

The current GAiA issue (- GAIA 2/2019) focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals, the need of taking action now in order to start the transformation towards the desired state, and how this poses challanges to science and academia.
dépasser les silos
  • 13.06.2019
  • Notizie

Shaping coherent policies across silos

The latest SDSN Switzerland publication "Shaping coherent policies across silos" shows Switzerland's new Sustainable Development Strategy can benefit from the interlinkages among the 17 SDGs.

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