United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG)

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 interconnected goals designed by the United Nations to ensure a better and more sustainable future. Adopted by all the United Nations Member States in 2015, the SDGs emphasize a holistic approach to achieving sustainable development for all, underpinned by the principle of “leaving no one behind”. The SDG goals aim to define and promote best practices in economic, human, environmental, and technological dimensions. SDGs strive to eliminate poverty, hunger, AIDS, and discrimination against women and girls.

The 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to transform the world include:

Through the 2030 agenda and sustainable development goals, countries have set time-bound goals for Peace, Prosperity, People, the Planet, and Partnership. There has been a substantial increase in recognition of the need for integrated strategies to achieve the SDG goals at the National and International levels. To achieve Sustainable Development Goals, current policies, investments, and technologies related to sustainability and climate change must be fundamentally revised to include every member of society.