This one-page document highlights the 10 central recommendations on the topic of coherence across global frameworks, that is the coherent pursuit of 3 main global agendas at national, sub-national, and local levels:
- the Sustainable Development Agenda
- The Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction
- and Paris Agreement on Climate Change
Find here the 10 recommendations:
- Only through the successful implementation of all global agendas will we be able to achieve sustainable development.
- The existing synergies between the global agendas provide an opportunity for coherent implementation and therefore sustainable development.
- Ignoring the importance of DRM in urban planning, infrastructure development, public investments and other key sectors will lead to opportunity costs that undermine progress towards sustainable development.
- Processes such as mainstreaming, localisation, harmonisation, integration and alignment play a role in maximizing synergies and promoting coherence.
- The inability to overcome sectoral boundaries is a fundamental threat to the pursuit of resilience.
- Coordination between government institutions, private sector, civil society organizations, and citizens is a key requirement to achieve a coherent implementation of the global agendas.
- Innovative financing mechanisms independently of the agendas – including private resources - are required to facilitate the coherent implementation of the global agendas.
- Public-sector investment policies need to take sustainable development, DRM and climate change requirements into account.
- Any arrangements supporting coherence must remain adaptable and flexible to allow for changing situations.
- Coherent implementation of global frameworks requires national, regional and international cooperative endeavours.