SF calls on UK Stakeholders to respond the Secretary-General’s Questionnaire
Stakeholder Forum is calling on Development and Environment Group (DEG) members and UK stakeholders to respond the Secretary-General’s Questionnaire.
The next major milestone on the road towards Rio +20 will be the submissions to the Secretary General’s Report by Member States, Major Groups, UN agencies and Other Stakeholders by 31st October. These submissions should be guided by the Secretary General’s Questionnaire –available here: http://bit.ly/apsrrA
In relation to the Secretary General’s Questionnaire, Stakeholder Forum is calling on DEG members and UK stakeholders more broadly to take the following steps:
Make a submission from your organization to the Secretary General by 31st October 2010
Stakeholder Forum will be compiling a consolidated submission to the Secretary General based on UK stakeholder submissions, so if you would like your submission to be included in this, please send it to Nicola Williams ([email protected]) or Andrew Shaw ([email protected]) by 20th October – we will be compiling all submissions we receive from stakeholders into a document outlining key points and recommendations
Stakeholder Forum will also send this consolidated submission to the UK government (Defra), who have promised to in turn forward it to the Secretary General with a cover letter
To assist stakeholders in their submissions, SF have put together several background documents from the preparatory process so far and briefing papers on the themes of the Summit. These are available below:
Questionnaire for Major Groups on Experiences, Success Factors, Risks and Challenges with Regard to Objective and Themes of UN Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD).
Click here to download
The Co-Chair’s summary provides an overview of the points raised by governments and stakeholders during the first preparatory meeting for Earth Summit 2012 held on 17-19 May 2010 at UN Headquarters, New York
Click here to download.
This report was produced by the Secretary General prior to the first PrepComm, and covers progress to date and remaining gaps in the implementation of the outcomes of the major summits in the area of sustainable development, as well as an analysis of the themes of the Conference. Click here to download.
Stakeholder Forum Briefing Papers
Matrix Analysis of Country Positions on the Green Economy and the Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development at PrepCom1
Stakeholder Forum has also analysed country positions on the Green Economy and the institutional framework for sustainable development at PrepCom1.
Stakeholder Forum has put together an Introductory Briefing Note on the Green Economy, identifying different strands of thinking and schools of thought.
Click here to download.