Open call for 2017 Asia-Pacific Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development
  Time:2017-07-01 
Dates: 18-22 September 2017
Venue: Tongji University, Shanghai, China

Themed on Leading for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (The SDGs)


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The Asia-Pacific Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development is an annual flagship programme co-hosted by United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) and Tongji University, aiming to build capacity for emerging leaders from the Asia Pacific region on holistic sustainability thinking and evidence based approaches for effective action. Since 2004, nearly 400 emerging leaders from 42 countries and organizations have benefited from this annual leadership program at IESD, of which more than 30 countries are from the Asia-Pacific. The leadership program has also attracted participants from North America, Africa, Europe, who are keen to learn more about the dynamic Asia Pacific region.
The 2017 Asia Pacific Leadership Programme on Environment for Sustainable Development will focus on building leaders’ practical knowledge of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through real cases from the Asia Pacific context within the three pillars of SD, in addition to the individual human leadership dimension. Clear insights, tools and methods will be imparted for helping leaders to align and integrate the SDGs into their organizations and work for accelerating and mainstreaming SD.

Early bird deadline: 10 July 2017
Application deadline: 10 August 2017
You may find the open call and application form in the link http://unep-iesd.tongji.edu.cn/index.php?classid=169&newsid=2795&t=show

Contact Information:
Ms. Sun Jie, Deputy Director of the Office
UN Environment-Tongji Institute of Environment for Sustainable Development
Office: +86-21-6598 3498 Fax: +86-21-6598 7790
Email: sunjie@tongji.edu.cn
Website: http://unep-iesd.tongji.edu.cn/

 Application form for 2017 Asia-Pacific Leadership Programme (APLP)

 Open call and application guidelines for 2017 Asia-Pacific Leadership Programme (APLP)