Workshops
24 September 2015

Climate Week NYC FEEM Side Event on "Sustainable Development Goals: New Metrics for Monitoring, Verifying and Assessment"


Where: New York
Location:

UN Headquarters
245 East 45th Street
CR5 room
New York, NY 10017

How to reach: Google map
Event's Timetable:


24 September 2015, h. 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p. m.

Information:


Participation is free of charge | Registration is required.

If you would like to attend, given the limited availability of seats, we kindly ask you to confirm your presence here no later than 21 September 2015.

Contacts
Events Office, Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei
Email: events@feem.it
Contact person: Giovanna Bettio giovanna.bettio@feem.it

Abstract

Climate Week NYC is an annual summit boasting high-level meetings between the world’s leading businesses and governments and an exciting array of public-facing events, all focused on advancing a 'clean industrial revolution'.

This side event presents and discusses approaches and methodologies to measure, verify and assess Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The real future challenge with SDGs will indeed be threefold:

  • how to identify and measure a set of indicators that can appropriately capture the past and future dynamics of Sustainable Development Goals;
  • how to verify progress towards SDGs in different countries and how to compare efforts and speed towards the goals;
  • how to design the most appropriate policies to achieve Sustainable Development Goals, and therefore how to assess the possible impacts on SDGs of various policy measures. This side event will focus on these three objectives and will highlight different approaches to achieve them.
  • In particular, the side event will present the first results of FEEM’s APPS (Assessment, Projections and Policy of Sustainable Development Goals) project. This project has developed a methodology to integrate SDGs into a macroeconomic model of the world economy, thus allowing an ex-ante, prospective analysis of Sustainable Development Goals. FEEM’s integrated modeling framework also allows the evaluation of the effectiveness of policies conceived to address specific dimensions of sustainability, thus highlighting the required amount of financial resources, the time to reduce the gap with the target, and the synergies and trade-offs across different goals.

    Preliminary results for about 140 countries will be shown, as well as a preliminary sustainability ranking. Experts from governments and other relevant organizations will provide their input to assess and further improve the proposed methodologies.

     

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