Global Development Goals and Linkages to Health and Sustainability is the summary of a public three-part webinar series hosted by the Global Environmental Health and Sustainable Development Innovation Collaborative between October and December, 2012. Experts within the fields of environmental and global health and members of government, academia, and civil society discussed global development goals that will focus on sustainable development to inform the Rio+20 post-2015 development agenda framework, which will likely be adopted at the September 2015 UN General Assembly. This report focuses on possible health-related measures and metrics that can be utilized for creating new Sustainable Development Goals as the Millennium Development Goals sunset in 2015, using existing measurements that can be adapted to track progress of global sustainable development and human health.
Institute of Medicine. 2014. Global Development Goals and Linkages to Health and Sustainability: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/18392.
|2 Reflecting on the Millennium Development Goals and Post-2015 Development Agenda||9-22|
|3 Health Goals and Indicators for Sustainable Development||23-50|
|4 Links Among Sustainable Development, Health Equity, and Social Justice||51-68|
|Appendix A: Webinar Agendas||69-74|
|Appendix B: Webinar Speaker Biosketches||75-80|
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