Sustainable Development Solutions Network Germany

ISOE now member of the network of leading German knowledge organizations

ISOE has been accepted into the Sustainable Development Solutions Network Germany (SDSN Germany). Since its foundation in 2014, leading German knowledge organizations and partners from business and society have been cooperating in this network with the aim to promote sustainable development in Germany and to advance the German commitment to sustainable development within the European Union (EU) and worldwide. With its membership, ISOE – Institute for Social-Ecological Research can further strengthen its research for sustainable development in national and international projects as well as the cooperation with actors from science and practice. 

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Der Farbkanon der Sustainable Development Goals. Foto: Henry St. John – stock.adobe.com
Der Farbkanon der Sustainable Development Goals. Foto: Henry St. John – stock.adobe.com

SDSN Germany and its members are part of the global network SDSN, which has been promoting scientific and technological expertise for sustainable development under the auspices of the United Nations Secretary-General since 2012. Together with its members and partners, SDSN Germany supports the advancement and implementation of the German Sustainability Strategy and connects current scientific debates with opportunities for concrete governance and implementation practices. In addition, SDSN Germany aims for a European and international perspective and advocates for a better coordination of sustainability processes on a national, European and global level. The network is particularly committed to achieving the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs) and those of the Paris Climate Agreement. 

Exchange between science and practice on transdisciplinary research 

“We are pleased that ISOE can contribute to the network with its expertise in transdisciplinary sustainability research and its research projects at the regional, national and international level,” says Flurina Schneider, scientific director of ISOE – Institute for Social-Ecological Research in Frankfurt. “We are also curious about the upcoming exchange, especially with regard to transdisciplinary dialogue and cooperation formats that involve politics, science, business and society and which play an important role within the network.” ISOE has been working with the transdisciplinary research mode since its foundation in 1989, bringing together different actors on the topic of sustainable development.

For more information go to: www.unsdsn.org

Scientific contact:

PD Dr. Diana Hummel 
Tel. +49 69 707 6919-33
 

Press contact:

Melanie Neugart
Tel. +49 69 707 6919-51
 

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