OECD Sustainable Development Studies Institutionalising Sustainable Development: (Complete Edition ‐ ISBN 9264018875)
Abstract:Achieving sustainable development depends on good governance practices, particularly the effective implementation of national sustainable development strategies which integrate government decision‐making in the economic, environmental and social spheres. This volume contains recommendations for the true "institutionalisation" of sustainable development. Institutionalisation will embed the concept in government operations for the long‐term and will reduce the vulnerability of sustainable development aims to shorter‐term political objectives.
Preface by Kiyo Akasaka and JoAnne Di SanaWorkshop Overview and Recommendations by Candice StevensChapter 1. Advancing Sustainable Development in Sweden by Mona SahlinChapter 2. Leadership for Sustainable Development by Jim MacNeillChapter 3. The Paradigm for Sustainable Development by Emil SalimChapter 4. Governance Structures for National Sustainable Development Strategies by Darren Swansona nd Lasslo PinterChapter 5. Sustinable Development Governance Structures in the European Union by Ingeborg NiestroyChapter 6. Sustainable Development Governance in Germany by Guenther BachmannChapter 7. Monitoring and Reviewing National Sustainable Development Strategies by Barry Dalal‐Clayton and Steve BassChapter 8. Approaches for Evaluating National Sustainable Development Strategies by Clive George and Colin KirkpatrickChapter 9. Monitoring the Sustainability Strategy in Switzerland by Daniel Wachter
Document Type: Review Article
Publication date: April 1, 2007