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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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Learn how government, the private sector, and other actors can support sustainable urban development through a instructor paced course on sustainable cities.

Developed by SDG Academy

Posted by Local2030

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Key Competencies for Improving Local Governance – Local Elected Leadership Series Volume 2 – Users Guide: to maximize use beyond training workshops

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The Local Elected Leadership (LEL) series presents two roles and ten competencies essential for every elected official to effectively perform their job when serving local communities. The series conta...

Developed by United Nations Human Settlements Program...

Posted by Local2030

Guidance and systemization of experiences

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