Madrid, July 18th 2017
Summary of the deliberations of the Club de Madrid Working Group on Environmental Sustainability and Shared Societies is published today. The Club de Madrid´s Environmental Sustainability and Shared Societies Working Group was formed to explore and advocate for a holistic approach to development that integrates social, economic and environmental dimensions to create sustainable development and Shared Societies. The Shared Societies Project is a Club de Madrid global initiative that has identified the necessity of creating a truly inclusive and response society that meets the interests of all sectors. The Shared Societies Project (SSP) has focused on bringing to leaders of international organizations and governments worldwide the need to promote the effective management of ethnic, cultural, religious and other identity differences in countries such as Kyrgyzstan and South Africa. At the global level, the UN has acknowledged the Shared Societies message and given these ideas a prominent role in the Agenda 2030.
The conclusions report of the working group on Sustainability & Shared Societies can be read at http://www.clubmadrid.org/en/publicacion/a_new_paradigm_for_sustainable_development
Source: Club de Madrid