Approaching the 2030 Agenda from a Hydrological Cycle Based Perspective

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Media Type: Report / Policy Brief

Date of Publication: December 2017

Year of Publication: 2017

Publisher: Active Remedy Ltd.

Author(s): Stella Joy, Tara Joy

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Active Remedy Ltd. shares its submission towards the UN ‘Global Sustainable Development Report 2019’ that was accepted in December 2017. In its submission, Active Remedy Ltd. advocates for a ‘water cycle based perspective’ in the way that we approach sustainable development and human induced climate change.

Mainstream safeguarding the hydrological cycle and water related ecosystems is the most cost efficient, long-term sustainable, integrated strategy for facing the negative impact of climate change and achieving long-term environmental sustainability.

The submission aims to put the Goals and Targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development into perspective and to offer an innovative framework for implementing practical actions.

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