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The SDC says goodbye – What next for sustainable Development?

The SDC says goodbye – What next for sustainable Development?

The Sustainable Development Commission will close its doors on 31 March 2010. But the great challenge of making our lives in the UK and around the world fairer and more sustainable goes on.

"Embedding sustainable development into the architecture of Government is essential if we are to tackle the biggest and most pressing issues of the day."
» Read our closing statement from Will Day and Andrew Lee

We would like to thank you for your interest in the work of the SDC. The work you do to promote sustainability in your area – be it in government, business, the public sector, academia, NGOs or civil society – is helping to take us towards a better future. Sharing our work with you has been a privilege, and we wish you every success in your work in the future.

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Although our work is coming to an end, there are a number of opportunities you can sing up to for information or to share knowledge or participate in future change:

Defra has committed to taking on the SDC’s stakeholder engagement function, and would like to continue to work with you, but you’ll need to sign up here to be involved in the future

Wales - The new arrangements for supporting sustainable development in Wales will be led by a Commissioner for Sustainable Futures. To stay informed of opportunities to be involved with the new arrangements, e-mail

The People’s Green Watchdog will be a highly collaborative network of influencers, experts and interested parties that will monitor all government activity relating to sustainable development, as well as acting as a lobbying platform. Follow @GreenwatchdogUK on Twitter or email:

The St Andrews Sustainability Institute at the University of St Andrews is aiming to develop a cross UK knowledge network to link up universities with an active research, teaching and/or knowledge exchange capacity in sustainable development. If you would like to be involved in this work or hear about progress on this task, please e-mail:

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Reviewing 10 years of food policy

Our final food report – out today – finds Government food plans on obesity, climate change and environmental damage ‘insubstantial’.

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Fairness in a Car Dependent Society

Our report finds that society’s most vulnerable groups – including children, older people and people in low-income groups – are most affected by the negative effects of road traffic in the UK, while having least access to transport themselves.

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Making Sustainable Lives Easier

Our report Making Sustainable Lives Easier: A Priority for Governments, Business and Society outlines how governments can build incentives and infrastructure that make sustainable choices the easy choices.

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