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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    Logo Use Guidelines and Waiver of Liability Form The logo for the Conference short Rio 20 logo was designed by the Graphic Design Unit of the United Nations Department of Public Information in New York The logo shows the three components of sustainable development social equity economic growth and environmental protection connected in the shape of a globe The three colours blend into each other indicating the interconnectedness of the different components The words United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development appear below the logo together with the informal name of the event Rio 20 The Rio 20 logo is available in the six official United Nations languages English French Spanish Russian Arabic and Chinese as well as in Portuguese Stakeholders are encouraged to translate the text into other languages but shall state clearly that they are solely responsible for the accuracy of the translation They should further acknowledge that the United Nations shall not assume any responsibility or liability arising from the translated text Any non UN entity wishing to use the Rio 20 logo for information and or fund raising purposes must submit a signed waiver of liability form to the Rio 20 Secretariat via email to uncsd2012 un

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    of Planning of Iraq High level round table Looking at the way forward in implementing the expected outcomes of the Conference United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 Saint Lucia 22 Jun 2012 H E James FLETCHER Minister for Sustainable Development Energy Science and Technology of Saint Lucia High level round table Looking at the way forward in implementing the expected outcomes of the Conference United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 Libya 22 Jun 2012 H E Saleh AMNISSI Minister of Environment of Libya High level round table Looking at the way forward in implementing the expected outcomes of the Conference United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 Malta 22 Jun 2012 H E Mario de MARCO Minister for Tourism Culture and the Environment of Malta High level round table Looking at the way forward in implementing the expected outcomes of the Conference United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 Belize 22 Jun 2012 H E Lisel ALAMILLA Minister of Forestry Fisheries and Sustainable Development of Belize High level round table Looking at the way forward in implementing the expected outcomes of the Conference United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 Uzbekistan 22 Jun 2012 H E Nariman UMAROV Minister of the State Committee for Nature Protection of Uzbekistan High level round table Looking at the way forward in implementing the expected outcomes of the Conference United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 Germany 22 Jun 2012 H E Peter ALTMAIER Federal Minister for the Environment Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of Germany High level round table Looking at the way forward in implementing the expected outcomes of the Conference United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 Bangladesh 22 Jun 2012 H E Hasan MAHMUD Minister for Environment and Forest of Bangladesh

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    0 Land Degradation and Desertification 1 Measuring SD progress through indicators 2 Mountains 1 Natural Disaster Preparedness 4 Oceans and Seas SIDS 9 Poverty Eradication 2 Public awareness and communications on SD 6 SD economics finance and trade 1 SD strategies and policies 12 Sustainability management 2 Sustainable Cities 14 Sustainable Consumption and Production 8 Sustainable Energy 33 Sustainable Transport 18 Technology and innovation 2 Click here to see all Voluntary Commitments Recent Commitments Standards on International Green Model City IGMC The Landscapes for People Food and Nature Implement UN Women s Empowerment Principles Commit Now Please click on the appropriate links below to sign in and make a Voluntary Commitment Member States UN System Other IGOs Major Groups and all other organizations including civil society and business Questions Please contact us at uncsd2012 un org Summary of Voluntary Commitments registered at Rio 20 Information Note on Rio 20 Voluntary Commitments PDF Rio 20 Voluntary Commitments The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development Rio 20 was an action oriented conference where all stakeholders including Major Groups the UN System IGOs and Member States were invited to make commitments focusing on delivering concrete results for sustainable development on a voluntary basis All organizers of side events at Rio 20 were also strongly encouraged to register commitments as part of the outcomes of their side events By the end of the Conference over 700 voluntary commitments were announced and compiled into an online registry managed by the Rio 20 Secretariat initiating a new bottom up approach towards the advancement of sustainable development As mandated by the Conference outcome this registry of commitments will continue to welcome registrations and to deliver transparent and accessible information to the follow up process All commitments to be registered should be specific measurable funded new or extension

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    20 Pictures of the World Messages of the World Areas Food Security Sustainable Agriculture Water Sustainable Energy Sustainable Cities Green jobs social inclusion Oceans and Seas SIDS Natural Disaster Preparedness Climate Change Biodiversity Forests other Ecosystems Land Degradation Desertification Mountains Chemicals Waste Sustainable Consumption Production Education Gender Equality Register Partnership Please click on the appropriate links below to sign in and Register a Partnership Member States UN System Other IGOs Major Groups Questions Please contact us at uncsd2012 un org 1 of 9 207 total Partnership Registry Abu Dhabi Global Environmental Data Initiative AGEDI Adaptation Learning Mechanism Africalia African Energy Legacy Projects Andean BIOTRADE Programme of CAN CAF and UNCTAD Asia Forest Partnership AFP Asia Pacific Environmental Innovation Strategy Project APEIS Asian Pacific Coastal Zone Environment Assessment Awareness raising and training on sustainable consumption and production BE THE CHANGE youth led action for sustainable development Biodiversity Indicators Partnership BioTrade Facilitation Programme for Biodiversity Products and Services BTFP Capacity Building Task Force on Trade Environment and Development Phase II CBTF II Capacity Development for Science and Mathematics Education in Africa Cement Sustainability Initiative The Certification for Sustainable Tourism CST CGIAR Challenge Program Water and Food CGIAR Challenge Program Biofortified Crops for

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    provides a geographical database of polices and practices related to the green economy The database distinguishes between geographical scope i e Regional National or Local whether or not they are government or non government and what sector they relate to based on 9 priority areas All policies and practices that are submitted must be directly related to green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication The Rio

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    Education Institutions educate and train decision makers they play a key role in building more sustainable societies and creating new paradigms As educational institutions they have the mission to promote development through both research and teaching disseminating new knowledge and insight to their students and building their capabilities Given the objectives of Rio 20 Higher Education Institutions have a special responsibility to provide leadership on education for sustainable development Education for sustainable development aims at enabling everyone to acquire the values competencies skills and knowledge necessary to contribute to building a more sustainable society This implies revising teaching content to respond to global and local challenges It should also promote teaching methods that enable students to acquire skills such as interdisciplinary thinking integrated planning understanding complexity cooperating with others in decision making processes and participating in local national and global processes towards sustainable development DECLARATION As Chancellors Presidents Rectors Deans and Leaders of Higher Education Institutions and related organizations we acknowledge the responsibility that we bear in the international pursuit of sustainable development On the occasion of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development held in Rio de Janeiro from 20 22 June 2012 we agree to support the following actions Teach sustainable development concepts ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners Encourage research on sustainable development issues to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge enhancing the development adaptation diffusion and transfer

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    and initiatives Zero Draft of Outcome Document Compilation Document Political Groups Member States Regional Mtg Outcomes United Nations IGOs Major Groups Synthesis Report Data Videos Logo Guidelines UN Photo Milton Grant Useful Links United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Division for Sustainable Development Rio 20 website in Portuguese Water for life A Rio 20 focus Earth Summit 2012 iisd Reporting Services UNCSD Update UNCSD List Submit Green economy policies practices and initiatives The page with green economy policies practices and initiatives is located under the Resources section of the United Nations Rio 20 website and provides a geographical database of polices and practices related to the green economy The database distinguishes between geographical scope i e Regional National or Local whether or not they are government or non government and what sector they relate to based on 9 priority areas All policies and practices that are submitted must be directly related to green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication The Rio 20 Secretariat has developed a web form so that Member States Major groups and United Nations entities can voluntarily submit their green economy policies practices and initiatives The Rio 20 Secretariat is also

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  • Rio+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
    and poor alike as well as for everyone in between Ensuring that our future needs can be met and balancing our consumption with the environmental limits of the planet is a collective effort that will impact all levels of society What do you think that will look like How would your life be different under a new paradigm of sustainability What aspects of a sustainable lifestyle would you enjoy Show

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