Scotland was one of the first nations to sign up to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and Scotland has a good history of policy and action in relation to sustainability issues.
Scotland’s SDG Network has been formed out of a demand to increase working together and partnership across Scotland and beyond. The Network is here to build awareness and engagement across civil society, business and government. Where possible, it will support the implementation of the SDGs in Scotland and aims to ensure that the voices of those committed to sustainability are heard by key decision makers.
The Network brings together different perspectives and offers a powerful vehicle to develop messages through consensus to facilitate coordinated and collaborative work with regard to these aims. With over 340 people and organisations now connected to us, we're a small but fast growing movement.
Anyone can sign up to the Network by joining our online forum. Our aim is to work as a collective voice in empowering communities and organisations to make use of the Sustainable Development Goals to secure a real change in Scotland.