Stockholm+50 Leadership Dialogue 3

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Stockholm+50 Leadership Dialogue 3: Accelerating the implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development in the context of the decade of action and delivery for sustainable development.

This high-level discussion focuses on building on ground-breaking agreements reached at the 1972 Stockholm Conference, the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, the Rio+20 Summit in 2012, the Paris Climate Conference, and the SDG Summit in 2015.

The 3rd Leadership Dialogue is presided by two Co-Chairs, Finland and Egypt and will include 8 panelists divided in 2 sets. In addition, the event has 2 sections of interventions from government representatives and other stakeholders.

The discussions contributes to the outcome of Stockholm+50 by yielding clear and concrete recommendations and messages to accelerate mobilization of finance to advance the sustainable development agenda, ensure an effective global governance, partnerships and institutional reforms to renew multilateralism in the new digital world.

The theme and scope of the Leadership Dialogue is the result of an inclusive and extensive consultation process with hundreds of stakeholders representing civil society, Indigenous Groups, youth, women, private sector amongst others.

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