The Australia/Pacific Regional Network of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) brings together SDSN members in the region to develop and promote solutions, policies and public education for sustainable development.

University sector consultation towards Australia’s Voluntary National Review on the SDGs

24 November, 2017

SDSN Australia/Pacific held a workshop with key stakeholders on the contribution of the university sector in Australia towards the implementation of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Read More >

Opportunities for universities to contribute to Australia’s National Volunatry Review

9 November, 2017

Several Australian Government departments have launched calls for case studies on the implementation of the SDGs as potential contributions towards Australia's first National Voluntary Review. Australian universities are encouraged to provide input to these. Read More >

New online courses from the SDG Academy

3 November, 2017

The SDG Academy is launching several new free online courses, from some of the world's best experts, tackling globalisation, climate change action and ecosystem preservation. Read More >

Report: Impacts of climate change on youth, peace and security

10 September, 2017

This new SDSN Youth thematic paper - developed in support of the UN Security Council Resolution 2250 - explores the causal impacts of climate change with the security and development prospects of youth populations, specifically in the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. Read More >

A new guide aims to help universities accelerate action on the SDGs

22 August, 2017

A new guide just released by SDSN Australia/Pacific highlights the important role universities have in implementing the SDGs and provides practical guidance on how they can accelerate their contributions. Read More >

2017 SDG Index and Dashboards launched

31 July, 2017

This annual report provides a scorecard for how countries are progressing in achieving the SDGs. In 2017, New Zealand ranked 20th, and Australia 26th out of 157 countries. Read More >

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