Published June 30, 2023 | Version 1
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IMPETUS D4.1: Guidelines for localising Sustainable Development Goal targets to neighbourhood, city and regional levels

  • 1. ROR icon Nesta
  • 2. Centre for Collective Intelligence Design


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  • 1. ROR icon Nesta


IMPETUS is a Horizon Europe project which aims to enable and support citizen science initiatives. As part of that process, IMPETUS provides funding for citizen science initiatives through an open call. This deliverable (D4.1) outlines draft guidelines for how to localise the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) targets to neighbourhood, city and regional levels and the specific role citizen science can play in this. These guidelines aim to simplify the process of localising SDGs for local-level administrations across Europe. They also demonstrate the central role of citizen science in achieving the ambitious vision outlined in the SDGs and the European Green Deal. Throughout the guidelines we provide examples of best practice to support the integration of citizen science outputs into policy development, and to raise awareness about the potential of citizen science data to monitor progress towards local, national and global sustainability targets. These guidelines will be revised and edited throughout the course of the IMPETUS project (2022-2026) as they are tested and refined through planned activities with decision makers. This document is therefore not the final version of the guidelines, but a draft version. 


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UK Research and Innovation