Liu's work contributes to MSU's SDG global rank
MSU earns global accolades for its progress working toward the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Jack Liu's contributions helped boost "Partnerships" SDG.
Michigan State University has earned global accolades for its progress in working toward the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals — including No. 3 in the United States and No. 66 globally for SDG 17, “Partnerships for the Goals.” That standing was credited in part with research conducted by Jianguo “Jack” Liu — University Distinguished Professor and the Rachel Carson Chair in Sustainability — which has made significant scholarly contributions in developing an integrated framework for achieving SDGs around the world.
Liu, director of MSU's Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, was a coordinating lead author of the global assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services organized by the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. The work has become as a research priority by the Global Land Programme.
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