Implementation of the United Nations for Sustainable Development
Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Mannheim – Report to the United Nations. The Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development was developed with broad participation from civil society and represents a milestone in the recent history of the UN. It was adopted by all members of the United Nations in 2015. The core elements are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals
The international community expresses its conviction that global challenges can only be met if they are addressed with a coherent approach.
Urban Thinker Campus 2016 – Documentation
The city of Mannheim was the only European city, alongside Paris, Palermo and Stockholm, to host an Urban Thinkers Campus (UTC) within the framework of the UN Habitat III Process from 17 to 19 February 2016 and is thus on the global agenda of the UN Habitat III Process (see below). Further international UTC take place in Dhaka (Bangladesh), Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Mexico City (Mexico), Nairobi (Kenya), New York (USA) and Stellenbosch (South Africa).
Urban Thinkers Campus 2017 – documentation
The Urban Thinkers Campus Mannheim has taken place successfully and has shown how important municipal sustainability is in the globalised world. There were many inspiring ideas for the future of our city, for Mannheim 2030 in the globalized world. The Urban Thinkers Campus is thus also our task to model the further process and to further process the results of the congress.
Mannheim 2030 – Mission
Since January 2016, the 17 global sustainability goals of the United Nations, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), developed within the framework of Agenda 2030 for sustainable development, have applied to all countries of the world. Hardly any of these goals can be achieved without the participation of cities.
The KIT presentation includes templates, logos, 17 SDG target icons and a font package. The presentation templates are available as Keynote and Powerpoint versions.
To use the templates, please install the enclosed font on your computer.