Blue Planet Project

 

Blue Planet Project Research Fellow Adrian Murray traveled to Cape Town in March, at the height of the city’s water crisis. These are his reflections, accompanied by photos exploring the the daily experience of water and sanitation in one of the city’s many informal settlements. After several years of drought, water levels in the reservoirs […]

 

The ambition and breadth of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Agenda has been the object of both praise and ridicule. Some have scoffed at the sheer number of initiatives, describing the 17-goal and 169-target plan as the “leave no target behind” agenda. In addition, the global development plan was produced by a range of actors […]

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PSI General Secretary, Rosa Pavanelli, took the floor at the UN High Level Political Forum during the first global review of SDG 6, water and sanitation, emphasizing that, rather than promoting failed PPPs, the SDG process should look at public-public partnerships that are nourishing around the world. Water and sanitation services underpin our societies and […]

 

Since 2013, the Blue Planet Project has been working with allies to challenge strategies aimed at facilitating the corporate takeover of water through the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. A new report on private sector involvement in the implementation of the sustainable development goal on water was launched today by Public Services International (PSI) and […]

Spotlight on Sustainable Development 2018

Posted on June 17, 2018  Tagged with: ,
Jun 172018
 

Spotlight on Sustainable Development 2018: Exploring new policy pathways How to overcome obstacles and contradictions in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda Chapter 6 – (Re)municipalization of water – the right way towards achieving SDG Written By Meera Karunananthan, Blue Planet Project, and Satoko Kishimoto, Transnational Institute Full report (pdf, 3,5 MB) E-book (epub, 3,4 […]

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