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Sustainable Development has been an integral part of the Government’s agenda for the past years and is reflected in various national and sectoral policies. On 10th July 2012 the Maltese Government has enacted the Sustainable Development Act (Chapter 521 of the Laws of Malta). This legislative framework provides the necessary tools to mainstream sustainability development in the Government’s operations and policy formulation as well as raising awareness on the subject across all sectors of Government and society at large.

In 2015 Malta also became a signatory to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 SDGs. The Ministry for the Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change also started working on a Vison Document that will characterise the foundations upon which a new Sustainable Development Strategy for 2050 will be underpinned.