NRG4SD

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NRG4SDNetwork of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (Spain)
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The Gauteng Declaration laid the foundation for the Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD), a transnational network that wants to represent subnational governments in multilateral decision making on sustainable development (Happaerts, Van den Brande and Bruyninckx 2010).
Olivier Deleuze, representing the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), also a partner of the agreement with nrg4SD, believes that the question of participation by regions is "ripe".
My objectives obviously link to those of Welsh Government but Rio+20 also represented a key landmark in the Welsh Government's work with partners in regional and sub-national governments through nrg4SD. For the first time the role of this tier of government was formally recognised in the final document, proving the basis for a collective voice and action in delivering the future we want.
That step was taken at the September 2002 Earth Summit in Johannesburg with the creation of nrg4SD (Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development), which groups the regional governments of five continents and whose activities quickly focused on climate issues.
In March 2005 Carwyn Jones went to Sumatra and Indonesia for an 'Nrg4SD steering committee' meeting costing taxpayers pounds 6,724.05
Our international work is mainly channelled through membership of the network of regional governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD) and The Climate Group, both of which see us fostering close working relationships with other regional governments from Quebec and California to Mbale in Uganda and Timbuktu in Mali.
That is why the regions, which at the Earth Summit in Johannesburg in 2002 banded together to form a global network (Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development or nrg4sd'), were on hand in Bali, where they had observer status and planned to make their voice heard.
That is why the regions, which at the Earth Summit in Johannesburg in 2002 banded together to form a global network (Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development or nrg4sd')(1), will be on hand in Bali, where they have observer status and plan to make their voice heard.
A statement of information issued by the Welsh Government says: "As a member of the Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development (nrg4SD), the Minister for Environment and Sustainable Development has been invited to the Steering Committee and General Assembly meetings on August 29-31 in Quebec City, Canada by Pierre Arcand, Quebec Minister for Environment and Sustainable Development and Maruxa Cardama, general secretary of nrg4SD.
After the presentation of their proposals to regional government delegates at the NRG4SD conference in Cardiff last month, Assembly First Minister Rhodri Morgan presented the girls with certificates of achievement and plaques.