The EU Association is delighted to join the International Sustainable Development Research Society, helping the United Nations achieve the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.

“The Circular Economy and the Sustainable Development Goals”
With DESA’s Wenyang Yang (China), Robert Lorentz, EU’s Permanent Mission of Germany (UN Security Council Presidency).
University of Hull (EU-UK) Pauline Deutz, University of Messina (EU-Italy) Roberta Salomone, Södertörn University (Stockholm County EU-Sweden) Peter Dobers, NOVA University Lisbon (EU-Portugal) Tomás B. Ramos, New York University (USA) Chris Dickey.

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Visit to Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) Partner China

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“Sustaining Resources for the Future”

The International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS) organized the 25th annual conference on June 26-28 in Nanjing, China; hosted by Nanjing University!

http://www.isdrsconference.org/page/54/home

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The European Union Association was delighted to co-host a number of presentations and meetings on sustainable development in cooperation with the International Sustainable Development Research Society, the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Natioons (UN Security Council Presidency), New York University, the European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington DC., the American University in Washington DC. and the George Washington University in Washington DC.



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RSVP:  NYU Sustainability 


The European Union Association is gladly cooperating with the International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS), New York University, the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA) and the ASEM-UN NGOs group, at organizing a number of North American presentations on sustainable development in New York, as well as at the United Nations.

The organizing entities in cooperation with New York University has hosted a number of experts panel discussions in which the results of the 24th International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS) were shared.

The Conference which took place in June 2018 at the University of Messina, Italy (EU-ASEM) and which this year has transitioned to Asia, taking place at the University of Nanjing China (ASEM).

Among the subjects of discussion, new trends in sustainable energy production, urban planning, transportation etc, and what applications do new sustainable technology innovations have on new international cooperation development projects
and the fulfillment of UN 2030 SDGs?