Information for G03871
Sustainable Development Goals and forests: Integrating perspectives, priorities and experience from Latin America and the Caribbean
The UN’s Open Working Group (OWG) proposed draft sustainable development goals (SDGs) in July 2014.
It is the purpose of this report to integrate the perspectives, priorities and experiences from Latin America and the Caribbean in helping to ensure that the goals gain the right contribution from forests while optimally fostering their sustainability. The report assesses the OWG zero draft and proposes introducing an approach which, if adopted, could ensure that the goals gain the right contribution from forests while optimally fostering their sustainability.
This IIED project aimed to install forest-related targets and indicators into the post-2015 development framework, contributing towards notional goal areas on poverty reduction and equality, economic growth and employment, food security, water and energy, climate change, ecosystems and biodiversity.
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Integrating forests into the post-2015 development framework