Estonia plans to
use the already functioning national coordination system for sustainable
development issues (Estonian Sustainable Development Commission, Inter-Ministerial
Working Group on Sustainable Development) also for coordinating the
implementation of Agenda2030
• Estonian Sustainable
Development Commission has launched a comparative analysis of Estonian
Sustainable Development Strategy “Sustainable Estonia 21”, which will give
answers how much is the Estonian strategy in compliance with Agenda2030.
• Government Office will initiate
a cap-analysis of Estonian Government policies in the light of Agenda2030
sustainable development goals. It will give the overview how many
sustainable development goals and targets are covered by governments’ policy
measures. Inter-ministerial Working Group of Sustainable development is going
to be involved in the process.
• During 2016 the review of
Estonian Sustainable Development indicator set is started to match our
national indicators to the SDG indicators. Involving Working Group of SD,
National SD Commission and Statistics Office of Estonia.
Estonia is among the first countries that presented
voluntary reports at UN 2016 HLPF about the implementation of Agenda 2030.
Currently preparations for drafting the
report are done.
|Leading Ministry and
Office of Estonia
|Other ministries involved
ministries according to their field of responsibility
|Main contact point for the
Office Strategy Unit
|Links to main websites/
documents on national
implementation of the
2030 Agenda and SDGs
|[No information available]
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