Last updated on:
Tuesday, 02 February 2021

In May 2016, the Government Council agreed on a renewed composition of the grand-ducal regulation regarding composition, organisation and functioning of the Commission for sustainable development with the objective having appropriate organizational structures to ensure the implementation of the goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.   The Commission for sustainable development has been created by the law of 25/6/2004 on the coordination of national politics for sustainable development. It is gathering representatives of all ministries. Its main missions are to set up the national plan for sustainable development and the report on the implementation of sustainable development.  

In April 2016, the Council was asked by the Minister for Environment as minister in charge, to advise the Government on the association of Luxembourg’s civil society and private sector in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable de Development.

Leading Ministry and respective unit

Ministry for Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development

Other ministries involved
  • Ministry of State
  • Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs;
  • Ministry of Agriculture, Viticulture and Rural Development
  • Ministry of Consumer Protection;
  • Ministry of Energy and Spatial Planning;
  • Ministry of Mobility and Public Works;
  • Ministry of the Economy;
  • Ministry of Education, Children and Youth;
  • Ministry of Equal Opportunities;
  • Ministry of Higher Education and Research
  • Ministry of Family Affairs, Integration and the Greater Region;
  • Ministry of Finance;
  • Ministry of Home Affairs;
  • Ministry of Justice;
  • Ministry of Housing;
  • Ministry of Health;
  • Ministry of Social Security;
  • Ministry of Sport;
  • Ministry of Labour, Employment and the Social and Solidarity Economy
Main contact point for the implementation process

Ministry for Environment, Climate and Sustainable Development

Links to main websites/documents on national implementation of the 2030 Agenda and SDGs
Voluntary National Reviews

Luxembourg submitted a VNR in 2017 (French).
An executive summary in English can be found here.

Luxembourg submitted its second VNR in 2022 (French).