To help spur progress, back in 2015 the United Nations drew up a set of 17 goals around important factors like health, education and equality.
A landmark study of the relationship between each of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has found that tackling inequality in rich countries could unlock the prize of a better and more sustainable future for all.
Azerbaijan has mobilized all forces to fulfill the tasks set by the Sustainable Development Goals, the Deputy Prime Minister said.
In particular, Uzbekistan intends to reduce poverty. Also, one of the goals of Uzbekistan is to strengthen food security, improve diet.
Ghana is the second country after Mexico to produce this report, the primary objective of which is to ensure a more effective tracking of Ghana’s performance on the SDGs.
An impressive 38 percent of the F50 have made a public commitment to support the SDGs.
The Environment Ministry is working to incorporate the goals into its policy reports and plans, while a growing number of companies are aligning their business and product strategies to the agenda.
A two-day workshop concluded with a declaration by the 67 NGOs from the 13 districts of Andhra Pradesh to take up “Agenda 2030 of the Poorest of the Poor” in a committed manner.
“The SDGs are a top national priority for the UAE, aligned with Vision 2021, our other development frameworks, and our new foreign assistance policy,”
Called Unreasonable Goals, it’s an intensive, two-week accelerator program for companies from different parts of the world that already have a track record, the better to help them scale quickly and tackle the SDGs.
Leaders of the five largest Nordic countries recently announced support of the Nordic countries as a whole for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agreed under UN auspices.
At the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit on 25 September 2015, more than 150 world leaders adopted the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
In the declaration, the five countries commit to step up ambition by 2020, enhance their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) for the Sustainable Development Goals, and intensify their cooperation.
The open parliamentary hearings on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals will be held for the first time at the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly on 19 December.
If you were an alien observing humanity for the first time, would you deem this species an abysmal failure or a promising, remarkable work in progress?
Will we move forward on the assumption that material wealth equates to prosperity? Or will we tell a new story: that prosperity is a much more profound, mysterious, and internal phenomenon than we’ve ever let ourselves believe?