Poverty Environment Partnership

PEP Meetings

28 Mar 2016

Sustainable Development Goals in Action: Learning from the South & Partnerships on Climate Resilient Poverty Reduction and Inclusive Green Economies

30 May – 1st June 2016, Bangladesh

Reports and Articles

06 Nov 2008

These cases describe how natural resource exploitation has contributed to economic growth in several developing countries. It is discussed how management changes have increased benefits from natural resource in terms of (i) increasing economic growth, (ii) distributing growth to the poor and (iii) sustaining growth and the environment. Challenges related to the specific case studies are also discussed.

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04 Nov 2008

This paper examines how countries can use information and assessment methods to measure and report on progress towards Millennium Development Goal 7, モEnsure Environmental Sustainability.ヤ The intended audience is decision-makers, at all levels of society, who require information to identify problems, develop and implement plans, and assess results.

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04 Nov 2008

This publication focuses on the local processes that can deliver the MDGs with regard to poverty reduction and sustainable resource use. It addresses the following questions:

  • How can international agencies ensure support for the local processes needed to achieve the MDGs on the ground?
  • What changes are needed in monitoring progress towards meeting the MDGs?

    If governments and international agencies focus more on the MDGs, what might be marginalized, especially regarding civil and political rights, decentralization and democracy?


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While significant development progress has been achieved over the past two decades, with almost 650 million people moving out of extreme poverty in developing countries between 1990 and 2008, nearly 1.3 billion women, men and children have been left behind living on less than US$1.25 per day. 

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