Achieving progress on this agenda requires a departure from traditional top-down, hierarchical and linear approaches to implementing change. The three pillars of sustainable development–economic growth, environmental stewardship, and social inclusion (Fig. The role of transport in sustainable development was first recognized at the 1992 United Nation’s Earth Summit and reinforced in its outcome document – Agenda 21. The National Assembly has been playing a significant role in shaping the political impetus for SDGs implementation in the ROK. Efficient and sustainable transport markets and systems play a key role in regional development, although the causality between transport and wealth generation is not always clear. 2.1)—carry across all sectors of development, from cities facing rapid urbanization to agriculture, infrastructure, energy development and use, water availability, and transportation. The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) and the University of Geneva’s Faculty of Law organized a webinar to explore how voluntary sustainability standards (VSS) across a range of commodities could be integrated into trade agreements, market access regulations, export promotion measures, and procurement policy to advance sustainability goals. MOBILIZE is the annual sustainable transport summit of the Institute for Transportation and Development (ITDP), which brings together urban transport and development practitioners alongside world-class researchers to celebrate best practices and accelerate implementation of sustainable transport projects. Additionally, this study provides insights into the discussion of marketing for sustainable tourism. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide both a stimulus and a framework for corporate sustainability efforts: This is reflected in the 2018 BSR/Globescan State of Sustainable Business Survey, where more than 70 percent of business leaders surveyed said that they are using the SDGs as their strategic north star in setting sustainability targets. It proposed a position paper on the amendment of the FASD to accelerate the sustainable development. Since 2015, when the United Nations established a set of shared goals and targets for achieving sustainable development around the world, the development community has been excited, energized but also a little bit wary. This paper implies the role of a knowledge co-production approach to drive the stakeholder engagement in CBTE collaborative marketing for CBTEs’ long-term success. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. In addition to its major contribution to economic growth, transport plays a crucial role in socially sustainable development by broadening access to health and education services, employment, improving the exchange of information, and promoting social cohesion. History . In 2014, the special committee on sustainable development has been established with 18 members of the National Assembly. While the ambition contained within the Global Goals is high, the challenge is vast. 1.2 Definition of Sustainable Transportation The University of Plymouth Centre for Sustainable Transport provides a widely accepted definition of a sustainable transportation system that states: A sustainable transportation system is one that: • allows the basic access needs of individuals and societies to be met safely and in a The 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda includes 17 inter-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), each representing complex systems – such as climate, food, health, cities – with myriad stakeholders. What is more, we face a moving target.