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Towards a Sustainable Household Food Waste Management System

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. Our proposal is four-pronged. First, we recommend local governments to charge food waste collection by making households purchase designated rubbish bags for different ca

Urban Thermometer

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. The Urban Thermometer was selected as one of the six GPPN finalists at the annual conference. The Urban Thermometer is a student project coming out of the Sciences Po Pol

Incorporating Resilience and Environmental Justice Indicators to SDG 16: Implementing Monitoring Pol

The 10th annual GPPN Conference, hosted by the Sciences Po School of Public Affairs, featured students' solution oriented ideas and prototypes to address public policy challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To participate, each GPPN member school carefully selected up to five student teams to present their projects and compete for the GPPN prize. The result: 32 teams from around the world met in Paris to showcase their ideas on how to solve some of the most pressing global challenges of today. UN Member States and the UN Statistical Commission are defining a set of parameters and methods to measure progress towards implementing the Sustainable Development goals

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