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Member States 47
UN & IGOs 105
Major Groups 603
Total 757
Rio+20
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) was an action-oriented conference, where all stakeholders, including Major Groups, the UN System/IGOs, and Member States were invited to make commitments focusing on delivering concrete results for sustainable development on a voluntary basis.

By the end of the Conference, over 700 voluntary commitments were announced and compiled into an online registry managed by the Rio+20 Secretariat, initiating a new bottom-up approach towards the advancement of sustainable development.
Total initiatives: 757
of 76 (757 total)

A Youth Delegation's Commitment to Mission Leading Up to and During the Earth Summit
Ice Alumni
Aalto University, Finland
Aalto University
AASHE Commitments to 2015
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
Accelerate progress on MDG7 target on sanitation
Finland
Access to Energy for Development
EDP Foundation
Access to sustainable electrification: Bridging the financial and entrepreneurial gap & Boosting the Clean Development Mechanism
Fonds pour le développement énergétique durable
Achieving more with less
Henkel AG
Adapting forest policies to climate change in the MENA region for optimizing the sustainable provision of Mediterranean forests' goods and services for populations.
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Addis Ababa University
Higher Education Sustainability Initiative (HESI)
Advance Workforce Diversity
Rio Tinto
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