We’ve voted, what now for sustainable development?

After the pause in action following the calling of a snap election Emily Auckland asks what’s next for UKSSD’s work on the Sustainable Development Goals with the Government?Read more

Learning with Impact International on the shores of Lake Windermere

In the first week of June we joined our partners Impact International for their annual event, Learnfest. Emily Auckland reflects on what she learnt at this one-of-a-kind event on the shores of Lake Windermere.Read more

Celebrating 60: Looking back and moving forwards

As we celebrate PwC becoming our 60th Partner, UKSSD Network Director, Emily Auckland, reflects on what we’ve achieved and what we need to do next.Read more

No hiding place: Why the UK can no longer ignore inequality

The UK is so unequal that the richest 1,000 people have amassed as much wealth as the poorest 40 per cent of the population put together. In this blog Lucy Shaddock from The Equality Trust explores the inclusion of inequality in the Sustainable Development Goals and the Governments response.Read more

The Government has no clear plan for the Global Goals in the UK

Today the Environmental Audit Committee launched its report on the Sustainable Development Goals in the UK. Emily Auckland reflects on the report and discussions from the day.Read more

DFID's approach to the SDGs in the UK and beyond

There is much to be welcomed in the government’s first attempt at outlining a UK response to the Sustainable Development Goals at home and abroad. Dr Graham Long explores what’s good, and what’s missing, on behalf of UKSSD.Read more

Making ourselves heard – Prime Minister responds to our call for action on sustainable development

In January more than 80 UK companies wrote to the Prime Minister about how sustainable development is good for business and asking her government to engage with the Sustainable Development Goals. In this blog Dominic White of WWF shares his views on her response to our letter and questions whether it's what we wanted to hear.Read more

Creating positive change with the Sustainable Development Goals in the UK

On 1 March 2017, over 250 people came together in London to explore how the ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals could transform the UK. In this blog Emmelie Brownlee of Bioregional explores the emerging themes of the day.Read more

Business and the Sustainable Development Goals: what do they mean for you?

In September 2015 the United Nations General Assembly formally adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In this blog we explore what the SDGs mean to business and what opportunities delivering the goals could create for your organisation.Read more