Policy Briefs for Sustainable Development in Pakistan
Institute, Sustainable Development Policy | July 2017
Policy briefs containing succinct critique of issues and sound advice to the government and civil society on a range of issues pertaining to sustainable development have been a key feature of SDPI’s contribution to policy debate and development. The issues addressed include, but are not limited to the issues of trade, environment and social and economic development. The papers selected for the present compilation fall in three categories: environment, trade and issues addressing diverse topics. The environment segment comprises briefs on domestic developments such as the implementation of national environmental quality standards (NEQS), establishment of sustainable development boards, the first of their kind in South Asia, the outcome of the 1998 session of the Commission on Sustainable Development also known as Rio+5… conference and the implementation of UN Commission on Biological Diversity (UNCBD) signed and ratified by Pakistan in 1992 and 1994 respectively.
CitationInstitute, Sustainable Development Policy. 2017. Policy Briefs for Sustainable Development in Pakistan. © Sustainable Development Policy Institute. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7353.
Input output analysis
Project Evaluation & Review Technique
Patterns Of Trade
Participatory monitoring and evaluation
Foreign trade routes
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