Ruth Fuller

Ruth Fuller

International development policy adviser
WWF-UK

Ruth is international development policy adviser at WWF-UK where she focuses on the links between poverty, natural resources and climate change. Ruth is co-chair of the Bond SDGs group. Much of her work over the last two years has been focused on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and, in particular, ensuring climate change and environmental sustainability are integrated in to the SDGs.

Posts

Wall of brick with the UN SDGs
28 June 2019
The UK government's voluntary national review and plans for delivering the SDGs lack analysis and ambition.
Children in Vietnam
3 April 2018
Four common themes emerged from a Bond Conference session on how we ensure that no one is left behind, a core part of the SDGs.
Children at school in Kampala, Uganda
28 March 2018
Despite the government reaffirming its commitment to delivering the SDGs, only two departmental plans refer to the Goals.
Man in Myanmar
25 September 2017
The SDGs have the potential to transform our world, but whether we manage to achieve these goals depends on the political will to implement them.
Sudanese nomad in desert
13 July 2017
Five recommendations for addressing climate change in national SDG reporting.
Market in Oromia, Ethiopia
11 January 2017
13 recommendations to improve the guidelines used by countries and civil society to report on progress made on the Sustainable Development Goals.
Cows in the Sudan
14 December 2016
A recent report by Bond, UKSSD, Save the Children UK and WWF UK analysed the contributions to the High Level Political Forum and makes 10 recommendations for civil society reporting
Children playing soccer
17 November 2016
Since the signing of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) last year, countries have been getting to grips with this new, deeply ambitious agenda. The HLPF in July this year was the first chance to see what progress countries are making.
School of fish
31 October 2016
The SDGs are an integrated package of goals and targets that should be delivered for all people in all countries. Never before has a global agreement been so encompassing and had such potential to drive change.
Effects of climate change on the Pacific island nation of Kiribati
8 October 2015
One of the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals is tackling climate change. But how exactly is climate change linked to development? The connection between climate change and all the goals runs deep...

Conference sessions

This session delves into organisations’ different approaches to ensure the most marginalised are reached by development progress.

 

 

Mon, 02/26/2018 -
11:15 to 12:45
Influence Session
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This session explores why the SDGs are not "business as usual" and have the potential to drive true change.

 

 

Mon, 03/20/2017 -
11:15 to 12:45