Sustainable Development Summit.

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NINTH ANNUAL IBADAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT (ISDS)

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN

CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (CESDEV)

 

NINTH ANNUAL IBADAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT (ISDS)

 27-30 August, 2018

 

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Introduction about The 8th annual Ibadan Sustainable Development Summit (ISDS) 21 – 25 August 2017

8TH ANNUAL IBADAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT (ISDS)

21 – 25 AUGUST 2017

Theme: Challenges and Prospects of Attaining Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within Planetary Boundaries

Date: 21 – 25 August 2017

Venue: Opening Ceremony: Trenchard Hall, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Technical Sessions: University of Ibadan Centre for Sustainable Development,

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Past Summits

Themes and Keynote Speakers at Past Summits

Year

Theme of Summit

Keynote Presenter(s)

2010

50 years of Nationhood: Experiences in, and Prospects for Sustainable Development in Nigeria

Prof. Jeffery Sachs, Columbia University, USA

2011

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8TH ANNUAL IBADAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT (ISDS) REGISTRATION GUIDELINE

Online registration is now open. All persons attending the Summit are expected to register online http://cesdev.ui.edu.ng/2017-conference-registration and pay through Remita platform.

 

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8TH ANNUAL IBADAN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT (ISDS, 2017)

Theme:            Challenges and Prospects of Attaining Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within Planetary Boundaries

Date:               21 – 25 August 2017

Venue:                        Opening Ceremony: Trenchard Hall, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Technical Sessions: University of Ibadan Centre for Sustainable Development,

20 Awolowo Avenue, Old Bodija Estate, Ibadan, Nigeria

Introduction

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Fifth Annual Ibadan Sustainable Development Summit Held in Ibadan, Nigeria

The 5th annual Ibadan Sustainable Development Summit (ISDS) was held during 25-29 August, 2014. It was hosted by the University of Ibadan Centre for Sustainable Development (CESDEV) in collaboration with the African Sustainable Development Network (ASUDNET) and Nigeria Sustainable Development Solutions Network (NSDSN) with the support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (UN-SDSN). Over 180 persons including researchers, development practitioners and students from USA, Italy, Finland, Ghana, and Nigeria participated at the summit.