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Hacking the sustainable development goals: can US cities measure up?

Guidance and systemization of experiences

This report focuses on a particular challenge that city leaders face in hacking the SDGs—data. Gaps in data that are generated locally or disaggregated from national sources to the local level are widely perceived as one of the main obstacles for cities to engage in the SDGs. This report investigates whether data are available to measure progress on the SDGs in urban areas in the United States.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Suwon Implementation Report on Goal 11

Available in English

This report is aimed at highlighting Suwon's efforts in sustainable development, providing as well a more concrete vision on the citie's effort with regards to SDG11.

Developed by Suwon Research Institute, ICLEI Korea Of...

Posted by UNDP

Case studies and best practices

Localization of the Agenda 2030 in Barcarena

Available in English

The Barcarena City Hall presents its experience in government planning aligned with the UN Development Agendas, highlighting some of the MDG results (from 2013 to 2015) and ODS (from 2016).

Developed by Prefeitura de Barcarena

Posted by Patricia Menezes

Guidance and systemization of experiences

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