We all agree that the problems of the world are far from over. So what to do? The good news is that there there is a plan. It is called SDG and it stands for sustainable development goals.
The bad news is that the word sustainable is important to understand and isn’t quite as much as it should be. Sustainable means, what can we do now, which we can continue doing for a long time to come, without the risk of resources getting over or without the risk of creating another big problem. For example, use of fossil fuels has removed the problem of energy and mobility, it has resulted in increased CO2 emmissions and increased global warming. So, what can we do now, so that we solve current problems without creating new ones?
The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all (see cover photo) . Most organisations pick one or two of these goals and decide to focus on them. But here, we have a story for you where a single organisation’s work is solving 10 of the 17 problems that this blueprint has identified.
Our team at Swiss Learning Exchange has identified that this organisation addresses all of the following:
– No Poverty (SGD 1)
– Zero Hunger (SDG 2)
– Good Health and Well-being ( SDG 3)
– Quality Education (SDG 4)
– Gender Equality (SDG 5)
– Clean Water & Sanitation (SDG 6)
– Reduced Inequalities (SDG 10)
– Sustainable Cities and Communities (SDG 11)
– Responsible Consumption and Production (SDG 12)
– Partnerships for the Goals (SDG 17)
How is ONE single organisation able to address all of these Sustainable Development Goals?
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