Following on from 2017 the German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE) has now published its second German Almanac of Sustainability.
The 2018 Almanac of Sustainability presents in its 12 contributions and 120 pages ideas and actions aimed at achieving a future-oriented, equitable and open society by the year 2030. With it, the RNE endeavours to make societal engagement related to implementing the 2030 Agenda more visible and spread its reach. At a content level, this year’s Almanac focuses on the topics of sustainable finance, education, culture and activity at municipal level.
Marlehn Thieme, Chairwoman of the German Council for Sustainable Development, comments as follows: “The 2018 Almanac of Sustainability presents what our society has learned so far about sustainability and what things it has set in motion. However, it also examines what we can still learn – from countries all over the world.”
The Almanac of Sustainability addresses the wider public and hopes to cultivate discourse throughout our society, both in Germany and internationally. It shows via concrete projects and initiatives at municipal level, in the policy area and in the business sector where exactly the transformation towards a more ecologically and socially compatible society is already in full swing. Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and German Federal Foreign Office will be promoting awareness of the Almanac abroad.
German Almanac of Sustainability 2018
Ideas and actions aimed at achieving a future-oriented, equitable and open society by the year 2030 – Download File (2.99 MB)
Please note that the Almanac is only available digitally and not in printed form.
Source: Press release German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE), 17.10.2018