UN Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) define global sustainable development priorities and aspirations for 2030 and seek to mobilize global efforts around a common set of goals and targets. The SDGs call for worldwide action among governments, business and civil society to end poverty and create a life of dignity and opportunity for all, within the boundaries of the planet.

Unlike their predecessor, the Millennium Development Goals, the SDGs explicitly call on all businesses to apply their creativity and innovation to solve sustainable development challenges. As the SDGs form the global agenda for the development of our societies, they will allow leading companies to demonstrate how their business helps to advance sustainable development, both by minimizing negative impacts and maximizing positive impacts on people and the planet.

Covering a wide spectrum of sustainable development topics relevant to companies – such as poverty, health, education, climate change and environmental degradation – the SDGs can help to connect business strategies with global priorities. Companies can as such use the SDGs as an overarching framework to shape, steer, communicate and report their strategies, goals and activities.

(Source: SDG Compass)

SDG1: No Poverty+Image
SDG2: No Hunger+Image
SDG3: Good Health and Well-being+Image
SDG4: Quality Education+Image
SDG5: Gender Equality+Image
SDG6: Clean Water and Sanitation+Image
SDG7: Affordable and Clean Energy+Image
SDG8: Decent Work and Economic Growth+Image
SDG10: Reduced Inequalities+Image
SDG13: Climate Action+Image
SDG14: Life Below Water+Image
SDG15: Life on Land+Image
SDG17: Partnerships for the Goals+Image