Post-2015 resources round-up is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Integration: Achieving a better balance between the economic, social and environmental dimensions – This report by the Stakeholder Forum examines integration in the OWG proposal for SDGs and, using stakeholder proposals, puts forward options for building upon the proposed SDGs and achieving better balance of the three dimensions of sustainable development within the goals.

Copenhagen Consensus Air Pollution papers – The Copenhagen Consensus Center has just published a set of papers for their latest topic, air pollution. Air pollution is the world’s deadliest environmental problem. It kills 7 million people each year, or one in eight deaths globally. How do we best address this problem? Providing 50% of the people affected by indoor air pollution with improved cooking stoves – which dispels smoke outside through chimneys and vents, is one effective solution.

Asking people what they think: Using perceptions data to monitor the post-2015 agenda – This paper by ODI is a first attempt to assess the potential of perceptions data, and the challenges involved in using it. It aims to spur debate around perceptions framed in the context of monitoring the new set of development goals.

Indicators and a Monitoring Framework for Sustainable Development Goals – This draft report from the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network presents a comprehensive indicator framework for the UN Open Working Group goals and outlines major indicator gaps that must be filled over the next twelve months.

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