The questions below might be helpful in considering a submission for inclusion in the Voluntary National Review:
What are you/your organisation/your sector doing to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
What are your/your organisation's key observations related to Ireland’s SDG implementation?
What would you/your organisation suggest Ireland do to further increase SDG implementation?
What is Ireland doing well?
What could Ireland improve on?
Have you any ideas you would like to share on how Ireland can Build Back Better while Leaving No One Behind?
Written submissions of up to 800 words will be accepted until 5:30 pm on Monday 20 February
Please send submissions to SDGs@decc.gov.ie
or by post to:
Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications
29 – 31 Adelaide Road,
Dublin 2, D02 X285
We are committed to engaging with stakeholders in a clear, open and transparent manner. Any person or organisation can make a submission in relation to this consultation. All submissions and feedback will be considered before the final version of the Voluntary National Review is published.
Please note that responses to this consultation are subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2014 (FOI), Access to Information on the Environment Regulations 2007-2018 (AIE) and the Data Protection Act 2018.
Please also note that we intend to publish the contents of all submissions received to our consultations on our website. We will redact personal data prior to publication. In responding to this consultation, parties should clearly indicate where their responses contain personal information, commercially sensitive information or confidential information which they would not wish to be released under FOI, AIE or otherwise published.
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