The Australia, New Zealand & Pacific 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.

Workshop: Linking evidence with policy to achieve the SDGs: The Social Systems Evidence platform

2 September, 2019

On the margins of the International Conference on Sustainable Development in New York, SDSN AusNZPac and SDSN Canada will be co-hosting a workshop to discuss a new initiative that aims to bring the best available research evidence on what works to address the SDGs to policy and decision makers. Read More >

The Role of Universities in Implementation of the SDGs in Afghanistan

29 August, 2019

SDSN Australia, New Zealand & Pacific was pleased to be a partner on Afghanistan's first conference on the role of universities in implementing the SDGs. Read More >

Event: Engaging students with the SDGs

2 August, 2019

The third Accelerating SDG Practice discussion forum for SDSN AusNZPac and ACTS members took place on 27 August 2019. Read More >

SDG Students Program – Semester 1 2019 Highlights

4 July, 2019

SDSN Youth Australia, New Zealand & Pacific began the rollout of the SDG Students Program, an initiative to engage university students in the SDGs, in early 2019. Here are a few highlights from the first semester of operation. Read More >

Media release: Australia ranked 38th globally on sustainable development

27 June, 2019

A new SDSN report ranks Australia 38th out of 162 countries in terms of sustainable development. Australia ranks well below New Zealand, Canada, United Kingdom and most other OECD countries with a total score of 73%. Read More >

Network submission to review of research classifications

10 June, 2019

SDSN AusNZPac has made a submission to the Review of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), calling for the classification to be updated to better reflect sustainability and sustainable development research. Read More >

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