Stockholm+50: A Healthy Planet for the Prosperity of All – Our Responsibility, Our Opportunity


04 – Goals 8, 9, 17

How do policy processes have to change to rebuild trust and enable power sharing at all levels of environmental decision making, implementation and monitoring?

What tools and services support effective implementation, monitoring and enforcement at the country level?

How can we immediately address some of the main barriers to full and meaningful participation of youth, Indigenous and frontline communities, women and other key stakeholders in accelerated implementation?

How are public-private partnerships, leadership coalitions, and civil society innovations changing the policy, finance, and business landscape, and transforming production and consumption worldwide?

03  – Goals 8, 10

How can we ensure that COVID-19 recovery processes are sustainable and equitable? 

How do we ensure that developing countries are not left behind when it comes to green recovery, ensuring a just, sustainable and equitable recovery? 

How can we ensure recovery processes are aligned with the 2030 Agenda?  

What role do companies play in the green transition? 

Following the resolution on rights to a healthy environment, which rights-based approaches can be included in contracts in key impact sectors? 

02 – Goals 3, 10

How can we renew and restore a positive relationship with nature?

How do we ensure the rights of the poor, marginalized and most vulnerable communities dependent on healthy ecosystems are protected?

Which consumption and production changes are needed to deliver net positive outcomes for nature?

What can we learn from Indigenous peoples, local communities and interfaith groups in resetting our relationship with nature?

What is the role of science and education in reconnecting people with nature?

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  1. Providing free beds for young environmentalists during Stockholm+50.
    Young people often have the will, but not always the money. This can make it difficult to visit climate conferences and engage physically in climate activism.

    Jordens Vänner (Friends of the Earth Sweden) has decided to make it easier for climate-engaged youth to make it to Stockholm and visit the STHLM+50 Climate Hub, or take part in the various climate activism conferences and demonstrations that will take place during the international UN conference Stockholm+50.

    From May 31 to June 4, Friends of the Earth Sweden organizes a large BASECAMP where up to 50 young people (14-30 years old) can sleep, have some coffee/tea/cookies/fruit and eat breakfast (for one or more nights).

    BASECAMP is entirely free of charge. For members of Friends of the Earth Sweden, the organizers will also provide full travel expenses with public transport within Sweden.

    Book your BASECAMP bed here (info in both Swedish and English):

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