News - NCSD
On November 16 2018, the new members of the National Council for Sustainable Development delegated by civil organizations were elected. The election was preceded by a month long registration period allowing Hungary’s civil organizations to officially delegate their representatives for the election.
The civil organizations could choose from three sections: educational and cultural civil organizations, civil organizations involved in social and health issues and social strata and age group civil organizations.
A total of 106 civil organizations registered for the election.
It has been over two years since the adoption of the international Sustainable Development Goals (SGD). Hungary has too prepared its Voluntary National Review on its efforts made so far to achieve the SDGs and it is now available for download in English at the following link:
NCSD once again invites civil delegate candidates
Registration for the selection procedure of the new civil delegates of the National Council for Sustainable Development is now open via this link on NCSD’s website.
The annual conference of the European Environment and Sustainable Development Advisory Councils (EEAC) aimed to urge the need to transform politics, society and the economy as required by the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.The academia, civil society, the private sector and public bodies need to unite forces to push towards a sustainable Europe. Unfortunately, the anticipated fundamental change remains distant facing many hindrances. The conference attended by 200 people coming from over 20 different countries was dedicated to identifying the most important blocks and to fostering a European debate on the implementation on the UN’s SDGs in Europe.
The German Council for Sustainable Development held its annual conference on June 4 2018.
The participants included Gábor Bartus, NCSD’s secretary and Zsombor Barta, his colleague.Speakers at the 18th annual conference of the German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE) in Berlin included Angela Merkel, Germany’s chancellor who stressed the importance of the transboundary aspect of sustainability and highlighted the impacts and future ideas of European integrity on sustainability.