The Science Platform at a glance In the new version of the German Sustainable Development Strategy, the Federal Government called on the scientific community to create a platform that is systematically involved in the steering, dialogue and implementation processes of the 2030 Agenda and its sustainability architecture. In response to this, the Science Platform Sustainability 2030 was launched on 8 May 2017 and was presented to the public one day later at the 13th BMBF Forum for Sustainability. The platform is supported by three organising institutions: the Sustainable Development Solutions Network Germany (SDSN Germany), the German Committee Future Earth (DKN Future Earth) and the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS), which houses the platform’s secretariat. A steering committee consisting of 26 members from science, the business community, and civil society is responsible for the platform’s activities and operative management. The committee also links the platform with other actors from science, politics, economics and civil society in an effort to build an effective, representative and internationally anchored platform. Additional support is provided by a circle of government agencies (open to all federal ministries) – currently including the BMBF, the BMUB, the BMZ, the BMEL and the Federal Chancellery.
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- RIFS Brochures
Steering Committee of the Science Platform Sustainability 2030 (Ed.). (2017). Developing, communicating and utilising knowledge for sustainable transformation: Science Platform Sustainability 2030; Goals and Benefits of the Science Platform for the German Sustainable Development Strategy. IASS Brochure.
- http://doi.org/10.2312/IASS.2017.022 https://publications.rifs-potsdam.de/rest/items/item_2936906_9/component/file_2…
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- Science Platform Sustainability 2030