18. MoI and Global Partnership
As one of the most wide-ranging focus areas, means of implementation (MoI) and global partnership are issues addressed by a large proportion of proposals within the e-Inventory.

As one of the most wide-ranging focus areas, means of implementation (MoI) and global partnership are issues addressed by a large proportion of proposals within the e-Inventory. These proposals can in general be split into three broad groups according to the sub-categories which they focus upon: global partnership; financial systems and resources for sustainable development; and capacity building. Given the interlinked nature of these sub-categories, however, there is a fair amount of overlap between different proposals at the target level.

Global Partnership

Goal

Increase partnership for sustainable development [66]

Interlinkages

 

 

 

Strengthen international environmental governance, eco-partnerships for technology development, innovation, and sustainability [67]

Interlinkages

Targets

By 2020, Governments will implement measures that assure an inclusive partnership relationship with civil society and the private sector to bring about the commitments made at Rio +20.

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National and local Governments will work in partnership with civil society, NGOs, labour unions and businesses to make decisions.

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In cooperation with the private sector, make available benefits of new technologies, especially ICTs.

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Where the present economy brings about inequalities, destruction and greed, it should be replaced by an economy of care for human rights and the planet.

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By 2022, Governments will adopt and implement laws which guarantee effective access to administrative and judicial procedures linked to sustainable development especially regarding reparation and compensation for damages.

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Increase levels of donor aid to the United Nations target of 0.7% of gross national income.


By 2025 Governments will develop and implement multilateral systems of trade and finance which are open, rule-based, predictable and non-discriminatory.

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These systems will pay particular attention to the least developed countries, land-locked countries and small island developing states.

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Increase the adoption of clean technologies in developing countries.

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By 2025, Governments will deal on a world-wide level with the problem of debt in developing countries using national and international measures to ensure long-term debt sustainability.

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