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Title: Governing for the future : the opportunities for mainstreaming sustainable development
Authors: Sustainable Development Commission
Keywords: Assessment
Governance
Making government sustainable
Scrutiny
Watchdog
Issue Date: Mar-2011
Series/Report no.: SDC reports and papers
Abstract: Following the statement by the Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs on 22 July 2010 stating that Government wants "to mainstream sustainability, strengthen the Government's performance in this area and put processes in place to join-up activity across Government much more effectively", the Sustainable Development Commission’s funding has been withdrawn by the Department of the Environment, Food & Rural Affairs effective from 31 March 2011. This Guide was a response to that announcement to help Governments – current and future – will the challenge of mainstreaming sustainable development.
Version: Publisher PDF
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10023/2287
Type: Report
Rights: (c) Sustainable Development Commission
Publication Status: Published
Status: Peer reviewed
Publisher: Sustainable Development Commission
Appears in Collections:Sustainable Development Commission Reports



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