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UNITED NATIONS,Outcome document,of the United Nations Conference. on Sustainable Development,Rio de Janeiro Brazil 20 22 June 2012. The Future We Want,I Our common vision 1,II Renewing political commitment 4. A Reaffirming the Rio Principles and past action plans 4. B Advancing integration implementation and coherence assess. ing the progress to date and the remaining gaps in the imple. mentation of the outcomes of the major summits on sustainable. development and addressing new and emerging challenges 6. C Engaging major groups and other stakeholders 11, III Green economy in the context of sustainable development. and poverty eradication 14, IV Institutional framework for sustainable development 19.
A Strengthening the three dimensions of sustainable development 19. B Strengthening intergovernmental arrangements for sustainable. development 20, C Environmental pillar in the context of sustainable development 23. D International financial institutions and United Nations opera. tional activities 25, E Regional national subnational and local levels 27. V Framework for action and follow up 29,A Thematic areas and cross sectoral issues 29. B Sustainable development goals 63,VI Means of implementation 65. A Finance 65,B Technology 69,C Capacity building 70.
D Trade 71,E Registry of commitments 72,Copyright United Nations 2012. All rights reserved,The Future We Want,I Our common vision. 1 We the Heads of State and Government and high level representatives. having met at Rio de Janeiro Brazil from 20 to 22 June 2012 with the full. participation of civil society renew our commitment to sustainable devel. opment and to ensuring the promotion of an economically socially and en. vironmentally sustainable future for our planet and for present and future. generations, 2 Poverty eradication is the greatest global challenge facing the world to. day and an indispensable requirement for sustainable development In this. regard we are committed to freeing humanity from poverty and hunger as. a matter of urgency, 3 We therefore acknowledge the need to further mainstream sustainable. development at all levels integrating economic social and environmental. aspects and recognizing their interlinkages so as to achieve sustainable de. velopment in all its dimensions, 4 We recognize that poverty eradication changing unsustainable and.
promoting sustainable patterns of consumption and production and pro. tecting and managing the natural resource base of economic and social de. velopment are the overarching objectives of and essential requirements for. sustainable development We also reaffirm the need to achieve sustainable. development by promoting sustained inclusive and equitable economic. growth creating greater opportunities for all reducing inequalities raising. basic standards of living fostering equitable social development and inclu. sion and promoting the integrated and sustainable management of natural. resources and ecosystems that supports inter alia economic social and hu. man development while facilitating ecosystem conservation regeneration. and restoration and resilience in the face of new and emerging challenges. 5 We reaffirm our commitment to make every effort to accelerate the. achievement of the internationally agreed development goals including the. Millennium Development Goals by 2015, 6 We recognize that people are at the centre of sustainable development. and in this regard we strive for a world that is just equitable and inclu. sive and we commit to work together to promote sustained and inclusive. economic growth social development and environmental protection and. thereby to benefit all, 7 We reaffirm that we continue to be guided by the purposes and princi. ples of the Charter of the United Nations with full respect for international. law and its principles,The Future We Want The Future We Want. 8 We also reaffirm the importance of freedom peace and security re 13 We recognize that opportunities for people to influence their lives and. spect for all human rights including the right to development and the right future participate in decision making and voice their concerns are funda. to an adequate standard of living including the right to food the rule of mental for sustainable development We underscore that sustainable devel. law gender equality women s empowerment and the overall commitment opment requires concrete and urgent action It can only be achieved with a. to just and democratic societies for development broad alliance of people governments civil society and the private sector. 9 We reaffirm the importance of the Universal Declaration of Human all working together to secure the future we want for present and future. Rights 1 as well as other international instruments relating to human rights generations. and international law We emphasize the responsibilities of all States in. conformity with the Charter to respect protect and promote human rights. and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction of any kind as to. race colour sex language religion political or other opinion national or. social origin property birth disability or other status. 10 We acknowledge that democracy good governance and the rule of. law at the national and international levels as well as an enabling environ. ment are essential for sustainable development including sustained and. inclusive economic growth social development environmental protection. and the eradication of poverty and hunger We reaffirm that to achieve our. sustainable development goals we need institutions at all levels that are ef. fective transparent accountable and democratic, 11 We reaffirm our commitment to strengthen international cooperation. to address the persistent challenges related to sustainable development for. all in particular in developing countries In this regard we reaffirm the. need to achieve economic stability sustained economic growth the promo. tion of social equity and the protection of the environment while enhanc. ing gender equality women s empowerment and equal opportunities for. all and the protection survival and development of children to their full. potential including through education, 12 We resolve to take urgent action to achieve sustainable development.
We therefore renew our commitment to sustainable development assess. ing the progress to date and the remaining gaps in the implementation. of the outcomes of the major summits on sustainable development and. addressing new and emerging challenges We express our determination. to address the themes of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable. Development namely a green economy in the context of sustainable de. velopment and poverty eradication and the institutional framework for. sustainable development,Resolution 217 A III,The Future We Want The Future We Want. II Renewing political commitment Developing Countries within a New Global Framework for Transit Trans. port Cooperation for Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries 11 the. A Reaffirming the Rio Principles and past action plans political declaration on Africa s development needs12 and the New Part. 14 We recall the Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the nership for Africa s Development 13 We recall as well our commitments in. Human Environment adopted at Stockholm on 16 June 1972 2 the outcomes of all the major United Nations conferences and summits in. the economic social and environmental fields including the United Na. 15 We reaffirm all the principles of the Rio Declaration on Environment. tions Millennium Declaration 14 the 2005 World Summit Outcome 15 the. and Development 3 including inter alia the principle of common but dif. Monterrey Consensus of the International Conference on Financing for. ferentiated responsibilities as set out in principle 7 thereof. Development 16 the Doha Declaration on Financing for Development out. 16 We reaffirm our commitment to fully implement the Rio Declaration come document of the Follow up International Conference on Financing for. Agenda 21 4 the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 5 Development to Review the Implementation of the Monterrey Consensus 17. the Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Devel the outcome document of the High level Plenary Meeting of the General. opment Johannesburg Plan of Implementation 6 and the Johannesburg Assembly on the Millennium Development Goals 18 the Programme of Ac. Declaration on Sustainable Development 7 the Programme of Action for tion of the International Conference on Population and Development 19 the. the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States Barbados key actions for the further implementation of the Programme of Action. Programme of Action 8 and the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Imple of the International Conference on Population and Development20 and the. mentation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Beijing Declaration21 and Platform for Action 22. Small Island Developing States 9 We also reaffirm our commitment to the. 17 We recognize the importance of the three Rio conventions for advanc. full implementation of the Programme of Action for the Least Developed. ing sustainable development and in this regard we urge all parties to fully. Countries for the Decade 2011 2020 Istanbul Programme of Action 10 the. implement their commitments under the United Nations Framework Con. Almaty Programme of Action Addressing the Special Needs of Landlocked. Report of the International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Deve. See Report of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment Stockholm loping Countries and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development. 5 16 June 1972 A CONF 48 14 Rev 1 part one chap I Institutions on Transit Transport Cooperation Almaty Kazakhstan 28 and 29 Au. Report of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development Rio de gust 2003 A CONF 202 3 annex I. Janeiro 3 14 June 1992 vol I Resolutions Adopted by the Conference United Nations See resolution 63 1. publication Sales No E 93 I 8 and corrigendum resolution 1 annex I 13. A 57 304 annex,Ibid annex II 14,See resolution 55 2. Resolution S 19 2 annex 15,See resolution 60 1, Report of the World Summit on Sustainable Development Johannesburg South Afri 16. Report of the International Conference on Financing for Development Monterrey. ca 26 August 4 September 2002 United Nations publication Sales No E 03 II A 1 Mexico 18 22 March 2002 United Nations publication Sales No E 02 II A 7 chap. and corrigendum chap I resolution 2 annex I resolution 1 annex. Ibid resolution 1 annex 17,Resolution 63 239 annex. Report of the Global Conference on the Sustainable Development of Small Island Deve 18. See resolution 65 1, loping States Bridgetown Barbados 25 April 6 May 1994 United Nations publicati 19.
on Sales No E 94 I 18 and corrigenda chap I resolution 1 annex II Report of the International Conference on Population and Development Cairo 5 13. 9 September 1994 United Nations publication Sales No E 95 XIII 18 chap I resolu. Report of the International Meeting to Review the Implementation of the Programme tion 1 annex. of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States Port 20. Louis Mauritius 10 14 January 2005 United Nations publication Sales No E 05 Resolution S 21 2 annex. II A 4 and corrigendum chap I resolution 1 annex II Report of the Fourth World Conference on Women Beijing 4 15 September 1995. Report of the Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries United Nations publication Sales No E 96 IV 13 chap I resolution 1 annex I. Istanbul Turkey 9 13 May 2011 A CONF 219 7 chap II Ibid annex II. The Future We Want The Future We Want, vention on Climate Change 23 the Convention on Biological Diversity 24 and 20 We acknowledge that since 1992 there have been areas of insufficient. the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Coun progress and setbacks in the integration of the three dimensions of sustain. tries Experiencing Serious Drought and or Desertification Particularly in able development aggravated by multiple financial economic food and en. Africa 25 in accordance with their respective principles and provisions as ergy crises which have threatened the ability of all countries in particular. well as to take effective and concrete actions and measures at all levels and developing countries to achieve sustainable development In this regard it. enhance international cooperation is critical that we do not backtrack from our commitment to the outcome. 18 We are determined to reinvigorate political will and to raise the level of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development We. of commitment by the international community to move the sustainable also recognize that one of the current major challenges for all countries. development agenda forward through the achievement of the internation particularly for developing countries is the impact from the multiple crises. ally agreed development goals including the Millennium Development affecting the world today. Goals We further reaffirm our respective commitments to other relevant 21 We are deeply concerned that one in five people on this planet or over. internationally agreed goals in the economic social and environmental 1 billion people still live in extreme poverty and that one in seven or. 2 See Report of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment Stockholm 5 16 June 1972 A CONF 48 14 Rev 1 part one chap I 3 Report of the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development Rio de

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