Slovenia commits to developing and implementing the Framework Programme for Transition to a Green Economy. The Framework Programme supports numerous activities in greening the economy, sustainable management of resources, green jobs, green products and services, green budget reforms, sustainable urban development, training for a green economy, green farming practice and supporting e-activates, e-Space, e-Waters and e-Environment. With the adoption of the Framework Programme for Transition to a Green Economy in October 2015 and the activities pursued by departments in 2015 and 2016, the Slovenian Government has set a long-term development vision, orientation and strategy, and has started taking the first systematic steps to link together sectoral policies and measures.
The commitment falls under focus areas 4, 7, and 9 of the Batumi Initiative to shift consumer behaviours torwards sustainable consumption patterns; increase green and decent jobs, while developing the necessary human capital; and promote public participation and education for sustainable development.
Implementing partners will include governmental bodies, economic actors, NGOs and other relevant stakeholders.
This commitment is relevant to the SDGs 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12.