Global sustainability: policy networks for the Sustainable Development Goals
Keywords:Sustainable Development Agenda, global policy networks, Millennium Development Goals
This article focuses on public policy networks, but more particularly on those that are global in scope and intent. It examines how such networks are being deployed to advance the goals of the Sustainable Development Agenda, and how the New Zealand government and non-government actors might be involved. Networks have become an important tool in policy making at all levels of government.
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