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F. Monitoring and review

38. The transition to an inclusive green economy also entails reviewing progress in implementation. In line with the 2030 Agenda, the timeframe suggested for the review of progress in advancing the objectives of the Strategic Framework, through active implementation and monitoring its BIG-E commitments, is 2016–2030. The main implementing actors would be countries and organizations participating in BIG-E.

39. The first reporting on progress in BIG-E implementation could be in 2018 during the mid-term review of the Batumi Conference main outcomes at the Committee’s annual session. The reporting by the BIG-E stakeholders could be carried out in a similar manner to the reporting under the Astana Water Action, i.e. by filling in a short template for reporting to be developed in consultation with the Bureau of the Committee.

40. Based on submitted responses, a progress report would be prepared for the Committee consideration in 2018. A second reporting exercise and a progress report could be prepared for the next EfE ministerial conference, subject to decision by the Committee. BIG-E could continue to be monitored every two and a half years until 2030, using the high-level platform of the EfE ministerial conferences and their mid-term reviews.

41. Figure 2 above provides a schematic view of the Strategic Framework, including its vision, objectives, focus areas, voluntary green economy initiatives and linkages to the SDGs targets.




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