Ingeborg co-authored a study with lessons to be learned from the sustainable development strategies of Finland, Bhutan, Tasmania, Cost Rica and Ghana, published by the Bertelsmann Foundation: ‘Winning Strategies for a Sustainable Future’ For this project, she traveled around the world to visit four nominees of the 2013 Reinhard Mohn Prize for the best national or regional strategies and approaches to sustainable development: Finland, Bhutan, Tasmania, Costa Rica. Also Ghana was nominated.
‘Common But Differentiated Governance’ in Boston (Sep 2015)
Louis and Ingeborg gave a presentation on how the principle ‘Common But Differentiated Governance’ (CBGD) can guide implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) […]
Een sociaal-democratische duurzaamheids-agenda: het kan wel (2013)
June – This article by Louis Meuleman and Roel in ‘t Veld (in Dutch) argues that sustainable development in the Netherlands is not working. […]
Guest lecture on (meta)governance and more in Leuven (December 2016)
Louis gave a guest lecture on (meta)governance and sustainable development at the Public Governance Institute of the University of Leuven, Belgium, on 1 December 2016.