the law of 25 June 2004 on the coordination of
the national sustainable development policy, a national report on the
implementation of sustainable development has to be elaborated by the
interdepartmental Commission of Sustainable Development, which will be
communicated to the Government, the Parliament, the Higher Council for
Sustainable Development, as well as all official international forums resulted
from the Rio Conference.
review undertaken in 2006, the last report was adopted by the interdepartmental
commission on June 3, 2015.
The basis of
the report is the National Plan for Sustainable Development (NPDD) from
November 2010. The body of the report is limited to certain themes:
biodiversity, sustainable finance, housing, sustainable energy, economy and
labour. A full description of the 150 action goals and more than 400 measures
selected in the 2010 NPDD would have exceeded the limits of what is legible in
the context of such a report.
(Annex III) however provides a complete overview of the quality objectives
("what is to be achieved?"), the objectives of action ("what
needs to be done for this?") and measures ("how this be
implemented?") with information on the state of implementation of the
part of the report is devoted to recommendations in line with the selected
themes in the first part and the list of the priority themes defined by the
Government in the context of the post agenda 2015 process, as well as to policy
After the adoption of Agenda 2030, a report on the
implementation of the SDGs in and by Luxembourg has been elaborated by the
Commission on sustainable development. This report has been adopted by the
Government in May 2017 and has been the basis for the NVR and its report to the
UN in July 2017.
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