Scottish Government and Scotland’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Network are working in partnership to secure the voice of civil society and other major stakeholders in Scotland’s contribution to a UK-wide progress review on the SDGs, the UK Voluntary National Review (VNR).
The VNR provides the public in Scotland the opportunity to discuss the Scottish National Outcomes and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs, or Global Goals).
An online survey has been launched to gather feedback on current best practice and process, the efforts currently underway on sustainable development, how they relate to the SDGs and what the SDGs can provide. It is hoped that this will inform understanding of any gaps, challenges and barriers to achieving the National Outcomes and SDGs.
The survey is open to all members of the public; they are particularly keen to hear from those concerned about sustainable development, and from relevant civil society groups, academics, businesses and practitioners.
The deadline for responses is 11:59pm on Wednesday 27th February.
To submit your response, or for further information, please visit the Global Goals Scotland website. (The survey link and contact information can be found at the bottom of the page.)