• Date submitted: 1 Nov 2011
  • Stakeholder type: Major Group
  • Submission Document: Not available
Keywords: Roadmap (1 hits),

General Content

a) What are the expectations for the outcome of Rio+20, and what are the concrete proposals in this regard, including views on a possible structure of the Outcome document?

As a participant from Cameroon in the Tunza international youth and children conference at Bandung Indonesia that took place from the 27th September-1st October 2011.I strongly recommend the Bandung declaration titled the voice of children and youth as a Roadmap for Rio+12 to the politicians to hear voice of the youths who are the next generation of decision-makers and who stand for action and change.By protecting and defending the rights of youths for environmental justice to all should be the main outcome.
b) What are the comments, if any, on existing proposals: e.g., a green economy roadmap, framework for action, sustainable development goals, a revitalized global partnership for sustainable development, or others?

The politicians should work toward sustainable development through a green economy transition by supporting Governments,youths, companies, industries, businessmen and local communities with sound environmental responsible projects and initiatives to enforce global partnership for the future generation.
c) What are the views on implementation and on how to close the implementation gap, which relevant actors are envisaged as being involved (Governments, specific Major Groups, UN system, IFIs, etc.);

The politicians should design policies which encourage the youths to be involved actively in all decision-making processes. This will help the governments and institutions to preserve resources for the future generation. The children should be the main actor because they better know their problems and solutions, to realize the vision of sustainable world.
d) What specific cooperation mechanisms, partnership arrangements or other implementation tools are envisaged and what is the relevant time frame for the proposed decisions to be reached and actions to be implemented?

Lobby all governments to make Rio+20 Earth Summit atop priority and adopt more sustainable lifestyles and educate our stakeholders and local communities, on green economy transition. This Decision should be reached and implemented the next 10 years.

Specific Elements
a) Objective of the Conference: To secure renewed political commitment for sustainable development, assessing the progress to date and remaining gaps in the implementation of the outcomes of the major summits on sustainable development and addressing new and emerging challenges.

Contributions could include possible sectoral priorities (e.g., (e.g., energy, food security and sustainable agriculture, technology transfer, water, oceans, sustainable urbanization, sustainable consumption and production, natural disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation, biodiversity, etc.) and sectoral initiatives that contribute to integrate the three pillars of sustainable development could be launched and endorsed at Rio+20.

b) Green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication: views regarding how green economy can be a means to achieve sustainable development in its three dimensions, and poverty eradication; what is its potential added value; experience to date, including what has worked and how to build upon success, what are the challenges and opportunities and how to address the challenges and seize opportunities, and possible elements of an agreement in outcome document on a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication

c) Institutional framework for sustainable development: Priorities and proposals for strengthening individual pillars of sustainable development, as well as those for strengthening integration of the three pillars, at multiple levels; local, national, regional and international.

d) Any proposals for refinement of the two themes. Recall that Resolution 64/236 describes the focus of the Conference: "The focus of the Conference will include the following themes to be discussed and refined during the preparatory process: a green economy in the context of sustainable development and poverty eradication and the institutional framework for sustainable development".


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