The United Nations Office for Sustainable Development (UNOSD), established in 2011 in Incheon, the Republic of Korea, supports U.N. Member States in planning and implementing sustainable development strategies, notably through knowledge sharing, capacity development, research, training and partnership building. The Office is managed by the Division for Sustainable Development Goals (DSDG) of the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA), and supported by Ministry of Environment, Republic of Korea, Yonsei University and Incheon Metropolitan City. [Read more about the United Nations Office for Sustainable Development]


UNOSD will be organizing 2020-2021 Sustainable Development Transformation Forum from 22 to 26 February 2021 virtually from 8pm to 10pm (Korea Standard Time). The overarching objective of the 2020-21 SDTF is to achieve a better understanding of successes, lessons and specific mechanisms for initiating and fostering the profound transformations that are urgently needed to make our societies sustainable, resilient, prosperous, peaceful and inclusive in accordance with the ambitions of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

UNOSD will be organizing the 3rd Greenhouse Gas Inventory System Training Workshop from 3-4 March 2021 from 4pm to 6pm - consisting of 2 sessions (Korea Standard Time). The workshop will be conducted virtually via Webex. This year’s workshop is designed to share the recent experiences and the lessons learned in preparation/update of NDCs recently submitted to UNFCCC Secretariat by the countries in the Asia-Pacific region.

This special webinar, which will take place on Wednesday, 2 December 2020 at 10pm (KST), is part of the 2020 International Mayors Forum, which this year has been exceptionally taking place through a series of virtual meetings examining environmental and socio-economic strategies and measures that are being and/or can be implemented by local governments to accelerate COVID-19 recovery as well as the delivery Sustainable Development Goals by 2030