To reimagine a common, prosperous future on a healthy planet, Stockholm+50 calls for an inclusive approach that reflects the richness and diversity of voices and perspectives of various stakeholder groups - local governments, cities, civil society, women, indigenous peoples and local communities, faith-based groups, academia, youth, industry, finance, and philanthropic foundations. All major stakeholder groups are encouraged to contribute to the preparation of the international meeting including through a range of national consultations.
The objective of the national consultations is to stimulate an inclusive whole-of-society and whole-of-government dialogue on the main themes of Stockhom+50 and the Leadership Dialogues as they relate to each national context. The consultations will provide in-person and virtual platforms for ideas, insights, and innovation that:
- Build a shared global vision on how to achieve a healthy planet and prosperity for all while accelerating progress on the Sustainable Development Goals and Multilateral Environment Agreements through an inclusive green recovery;
- Offer clear recommendations for governments, civil society and private sector on priority actions that can advance national and sectoral policies that address climate change and leverage nature-based solutions;
- Amplify the voices of the poor, youth, women, indigenous groups, local communities, and other marginalized groups; and
- Influence national and global debates that consider the views of all stakeholders.
The Stockholm+50 national consultations are conducted in 50+ countries between February and May 2022 with the financial support from the Government of Sweden and with facilitation by UNDP. These consultation outcomes will inform the Stockholm+50 international meeting through national reports and a global synthesis report that captures key findings, recommendations, data, media coverage, and links to national policy frameworks such as NDCs, NAPs, NBSAPS, green recovery, and sector strategies. More.
Stockholm+50 National Consultation Dashboard
Asia and the Pacific
Europe and Central Asia
Stockholm+50 National Policy Database
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