UN - Agenda 2030 - "Sustainable Development"

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In 2015 the leaders of 193 countries signed their population up to Agenda 2030

What is Sustainable Development (SD)?
SD is "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”

Core Principles:

Universality (all countries committed to whole Agenda regardless of any unique factors)

Leaving No One Behind (all people will be included; “with unprecedented need for data to ensure this principle is met”)

Interconnectedness and Indivisibility – no pick and mix approach to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – all to be followed

Inclusiveness – the entire population must follow

Multi Stakeholder Partnerships – establishment seen as essential to deliver all SDG’s

Dimensions of the Agenda (the 5Ps)
People, Prosperity, Planet, Partnership and Peace

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Used to focus on areas necessary to achieve SD

Each SDG has 8-12 targets & 1-4 indicators of progress

SDG'S:

Goal 1: End poverty
Goal 2: End hunger
Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives
Goal 4: Quality education
Goal 5: Gender equality
Goal 6: Water/sanitation for all
Goal 7: Affordable clean energy for all
Goal 8: Economic growth/full + productive employment
Goal 9: Resilient infrastructure, sustainable industrialization/innovation
Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries
Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient & sustainable
Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption + production patterns
Goal 13: Combat climate change
Goal 14: Conserve/sustainably use oceans, seas & marine resources
Goal 15: Promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, forests, deserts & land
Goal 16: Promote inclusive societies, access to justice + accountable institutions
Goal 17: Strengthen/revitalise the Global Partnership for SD

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UN - Agenda 2030 - "Sustainable Development" PART 1 OF 2 In 2015 the leaders of 193 countries signed their population up to Agenda 2030 What is Sustainable Development (SD)? SD is "development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” Core Principles: Universality (all countries committed to whole Agenda regardless of any unique factors) Leaving No One Behind (all people will be included; “with unprecedented need for data to ensure this principle is met”) Interconnectedness and Indivisibility – no pick and mix approach to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – all to be followed Inclusiveness – the entire population must follow Multi Stakeholder Partnerships – establishment seen as essential to deliver all SDG’s Dimensions of the Agenda (the 5Ps) People, Prosperity, Planet, Partnership and Peace Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Used to focus on areas necessary to achieve SD Each SDG has 8-12 targets & 1-4 indicators of progress SDG'S: Goal 1: End poverty Goal 2: End hunger Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives Goal 4: Quality education Goal 5: Gender equality Goal 6: Water/sanitation for all Goal 7: Affordable clean energy for all Goal 8: Economic growth/full + productive employment Goal 9: Resilient infrastructure, sustainable industrialization/innovation Goal 10: Reduce inequality within and among countries Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient & sustainable Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption + production patterns Goal 13: Combat climate change Goal 14: Conserve/sustainably use oceans, seas & marine resources Goal 15: Promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, forests, deserts & land Goal 16: Promote inclusive societies, access to justice + accountable institutions Goal 17: Strengthen/revitalise the Global Partnership for SD Link
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