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The importance of the Water-Energy-Food Nexus in the implementation of The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

In September 2015, Heads of State met at the United Nations General Assembly to announce the end of the term of “Millennium Development Goals” (MDGs) and commit to a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The 17 SDGs were written by disciplinary teams, and as they are formulated now, they recognize the interlinkages between well-being, economic prosperity and a healthy environment. The SDGs include a wide spectrum of topics and issues: food security, poverty, gender inequality, economic development, climate change, and health, among others. Under each of the Goals is a list of quantifiable targets to be achieved in the coming 10-15 years. Progress toward 12 of these SDGs is directly related to the sustainable use of resources such as land, food, water, energy and materials...

Podcasts

The Brexit and EU's Disintegration Dynamics by : Pol Morillas
Trump et l’Asie : Fin du pivot et montée des incertitudes by : Céline Pajon
The European Refugee Crisis and the Rise of Populism in Europe by : Elena Sanchez

Upcoming Events

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14-16 December - The Atlantic dialogues Conference, Marrakech
19-20 December - Conférence Internationale Conjointe sur la Coopération Afro-Asiatique, Rabat
19-20 January - Emerging Countries and the « Return of Geopolitics » - Economic and Geopolitical Cross-Sectional Perspectives : Tanzania, Colombia, Mozambique, Malaysia, Benin, Kazakhstan, Paris
9 March - Supporting a Stable & Durable Regional Security Environment in North Africa, London

Trainings

19-23 December - Advanced Training in Commodity Economics & Finance - Pricing Commodity Derivatives, Rabat
26-30 December - Advanced Training in Commodity Economics & Finance - Shifting Energy Dynamics and Geopolitical Implications, Rabat
02-06 January - Advanced Training in   Economics Analysis & Management - Understanding Labor Market Finance - Pricing Commodity Derivatives, Rabat

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