On July 2, 2020, the Civil Society Review on the SDG implementation in Russia compiled by the Coalition for sustainable development of the country (KURS) was presented. Russian organizations from the non – profit sector, business and scientific institutions, as well as civil society activists from various fields participated in the preparation of the review.
Lake Baikal Foundation, as a member of the KURS, also participated as an expert in the preparation of articles for the independent review on SDGs 6 «Clean Water and Sanitation», 12 «Responsible Consumption and Production», 15 «Life On Land».
The review examines the implementation of all 17 SDGs in Russia from the perspective of civil society. Its main goal is to provide recommendations to the public sector, as well as to find ways for cooperation between the state and civil society in the implementation of the sdgs. The review’s mission is to open the audience to a view of life in Russia, including the problems faced by the population, through the eyes of field experts and activists and to point out possible solutions.
In addition to the main text of the Civil Review, the authors published an Appendix «From challenges to Solutions. Cases of the SDGs in Russia.», prepared jointly with the communication project +1 (Plus-one.ru).