What is SDGs?
“SDGs” stands for “Sustainable Development Goals,” a set of international guidelines for connecting the earth and our lives to the future. It was adopted unanimously by all 193 countries at a United Nations summit in 2015. Based on the principle “Leave No One Behind,” and prioritizing especially those currently left furthest behind, SDGs aims to address the world’s poverty, hunger, social inequalities, environmental degradation, and the like. A set of 17 goals has been established, with an achievement target date of 2030.