IFSD

(redirected from Institutional Framework for Sustainable Development)
AcronymDefinition
IFSDInformation Field Size Device
IFSDInstitutional Framework for Sustainable Development (various organizations)
IFSDInternational Financial Services District (Glasgow)
IFSDInstitute of Fiscal Studies and Democracy (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
IFSDIn-Flight Shutdown (rate)
IFSDCurrent at Full Scale Deflection (electronics)
IFSDIrish Flight Sim Design (Ireland)
IFSDIntraoperative Frozen Section Diagnosis (pathology)
IFSDInternational Fire Sprinkler Design (Marina del Rey, CA)
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Specific interventions are grouped into three main components: (1) policy reforms and institutional framework for sustainable development, (2) communication and advocacy strategy for sustainable development and (3) capacity building for the implementation of best practices and solutions.
The other provisions include the first practical initiative taken by the UN General Assembly, implementing the commitment made by world leaders at the UN Conference on Sustainable Development at Rio+20 last June to improve the institutional framework for sustainable development.
Two major themes for the conference were green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication and institutional framework for sustainable development at the national, regional and global levels.
The first part of this book provides explanation about food security and institutional framework for sustainable development. It evaluates the threat to the agriculture sector and its extreme vulnerability in the presence of climate change.
The Rio+20 Summit is expected to produce a political declaration reaffirming a commitment to sustainable development, including a roadmap to creating a green economy and establishing an institutional framework for sustainable development, said ADB press statement received here.
The conference will focus on two themes of "A green economy in the context of sustainable development poverty eradication" and "The institutional framework for sustainable development."
Beyond the two mains themes of Rio+20 - a green' economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication; and defining a new institutional framework for sustainable development - the conference will deal with seven key fields: 1.
This year's themes are the "Green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication," and "The Institutional framework for sustainable development."
Alfred Leoni, Ambassador of Brazil, informed the participants that more than 120 heads of the states have confirmed their participation in Rio+20 which will fundamentally revolve around green economy and institutional framework for sustainable development.
eradication; and the institutional framework for sustainable development
In particular, he noted that the debate should help shed light on the creation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and an institutional framework for sustainable development.
Participants of the regional media consultation for Rio+20 engaged in a workshop that addressed new and emerging challenges, whereas a number of recommendations were set by participants to the two main thematic areas of Rio+20 which includes a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication along with the institutional framework for sustainable development.
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