To be launched in May 2022, the report will present actions for leveraging transformative changes through repairing the relationship between humans and nature, how we invest, and how we share and use resources. It also outlines actions for overcoming barriers to change.
A companion report will focus on youth and present their own vision of a sustainable future, and what actions are needed to achieve it.
Both reports are being drafted by a team of researchers from SEI and CEEW, building on background papers from researchers across both institutes and beyond. An international advisory panel of 27 members supports the work.
What is Stockholm+50?
The meeting marks 50 years since the first UN conference on the human environment. High-level delegates and other participants will gather from many countries, representing government, civil society, business, academia and youth.
Join us for a discussion on keys to change based on recommendations from the Stockholm+50: Unlocking a Better Future scientific report.
Ahead of the Stockholm+50 UN international meeting, a landmark report synthesizes thinking on how to build a sustainable planet.
An independent report ahead of the Stockholm+50 international meeting captures the perspectives of youth for actions now for a better future.
The Stockholm+50: Unlocking a better future report was launched on 18 May 2022 and covered by The Guardian's Matthew Taylor.
Ahead of the UN international meeting Stockholm+50, SEI and CEEW jointly launch an independent scientific report to serve as a basis for the talks.
In the run-up to Stockholm+50, this lively debate will highlight key demands and principles that underpin the vision of youth for a healthy planet.
Take part in the launch of this report to discuss the keys we have available to unlock change and how to improve the conditions for delivering a better future.
In this Q&A, Åsa Persson and Nina Weitz emphasize how this report will look at the bigger picture, engage in long-term thinking and develop solutions.
SEI is initiating an independent report to provide a scientific basis for the UN meeting Stockholm+50 in June 2022.
Top SEI scientists will take part in dialogues to prepare the delivery of an independent report to be launched ahead of the UN high-level Stockholm+50 meeting.