19 May 2020
To be fit for the future, cities and regions have a crucial role to play in setting ambitious sustainable development policies and rethinking their planning, budgeting and priorities from the ground up. Granular data is key to developing place-based responses to pressing and emerging challenges, because national averages can mask huge territorial disparities.
Are we on track? Where do cities and regions stand with respect to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
The OECD’s latest report A Territorial Approach to the SDGs provides cutting-edge evidence on the role of local and regional governments to meet the 2030 Agenda, a unique localised indicator framework and dataset measuring the distance of cities and regions to the SDGs, visualised in an online web tool.
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