Advancing the SDGs in Canada

SDSN Canada is part of a global SDSN movement to build a network of universities, colleges, research centers, and knowledge institutions to promote practical solutions for sustainable development.

With over 1,300 participating institutions worldwide, SDSN members work together to support action-oriented research to address some of the world’s most pressing problems, including the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Paris Climate Agreement.

  1. Sep. 15, 2021Our Fall 2021 Update
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    The SDSN Canada Fall 2021 Update is available now, featuring:

    • The launch of three Voluntary Local Review Briefs;
    • Peer-learning Community of Practice for SDGs localization; and
    • A recap of SDSN Youth Canada's phenomenal year!

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  2. Aug. 31, 2021SDGs Localization: Workshop + New Community Launched
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    In partnership with Green Beacon and the Tamarack Institute, we recently co-hosted the workshop "SDGs Localization: From Recovery to Resilience", exploring how the SDGs framework can be used to advance sustainable development in cities and communities across Canada. Throughout the workshop, we heard stories of SDG collaboration and implementation, and reflections on the challenges that may come up in this work.

  3. Aug. 18, 2021Our New Network Members: Fall 2021
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    We are excited to extend a warm welcome to our newest network members! 

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