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Environmental protection is aimed at maintaining (and recovering when necessary) a healthy natural environmentSustainable development embraces environmental, social and economic objectives, to deliver long-term equitable growth which benefits current and future generations

Sustainability Literacy” is the knowledge, skills and mindsets that allow individuals to become deeply committed to build a sustainable future and that help them to make informed and effective decisions to this end

Our mission is to expand sustainable knowledge, skills, and mindset that motivates individuals to become deeply committed to build a sustainable future and to make informed and effective decisions.  

Ranking

Country

Score

1

Sweden

84.72

2

Denmark

84.56

3

Finland

83.77

4

France

81.13

5

Germany

80.77

6

Norway

80.76

7

Austria

80.70

8

Czech Republic

80.58

9

Netherlands

80.37

10

Estonia

80.07

48

China

73.89

117

India

61.92

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HOW SDG ARISE?

 The core idea is to set clear goals,

to help orient the behavior of governments, of businesses, of each of us as citizens, as students, as researchers, as activists, as consumers, so that we’re pointed in a shared direction. This is the idea of goal-based development, and I always think of the wonderful observation of a great American leader, President John F. Kennedy, when he talked about the importance of setting clear goals to help move a society forward. He said that “By defining our goal more clearly, by making it seem more manageable and less remote, we help all people to see it, to draw hope from it, and to move irresistibly toward it.”

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Five Ways to Help Reach the Sustainable Development Goals in Your Professional Life

  • Educate yourself and your co-workers. …
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  • Promotevolunteering and capacity building. …
  • Do more good by doing less harm. …
  • Use your connections to empower change makers.

A cooperation mechanism for the 2030 Agenda for

The SDG Fund incorporated several relevant changes:

  • Greater participation of the private sector and improved public-private sector partnerships.
  • better selection of UN Agencies involved.Limiting the number of participating UN Agencies per programme to 4.
  • Better mainstreaming of gender equality and women´s empowermentand integrating of environment sensitivity into future programmes. These 2 key areas are cross-cutting priorities that all programmes need to fulfill in their formulation. 
  • Engagement of local stakeholders.This is a key ingredient in designing and implementing programmes which target the most disadvantaged.
  • Co-financing through national and international partners.Matching funds of national governments, international donors and the private sector will increase programme sustainability. See details of our financial information here.
  • Multi-donor approach. The SDG-F is open to donors and partners that want to deploy joint programmes for the achievement of SDGs.

The SDG Fund works to turn development effectiveness principles into joint programmes that deliver results and advance sustainable development goals.

Sulitest provides citizens and organizations with internationally recognized and locally relevant tools to engage learning and access the degree of awareness on sustainability challenges and solutions of their stakeholders.

Sulitest collects meaningful indicators on the awareness on sustainability challenges and solutions. Sharing these indicators may allow researchers, educators and other relevant stakeholders to tailor pedagogical approaches and learning experiments to support education for sustainable development.  

About UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network:

SDSN mobilizes scientific and technical expertise from academia, civil society, and the private sector to support practical problem solving for sustainable development at local, national, and global scales.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Index 2020:

The SDG Index evaluates the performance of the countries on the 17 SDGs which were agreed by the international community in 2015 with equal weight to all 17 goals. The score achieved by each country indicates its position between the worst (0) and the best or target (100) outcomes. Similarly in previous editions, three Nordic countries topped the 2020 SDG Index: Sweden, Denmark, and Finland. India has been ranked 117th in the index with overall score of 61.92.

According to the report, every country has a “red” score on at least one SDG in the dashboards. Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, and Cambodia are the three countries that have progressed the most in terms of the SDG Index score while the three countries that have declined the most are Venezuela, Zimbabwe, and the Republic of the Congo.

Sustainable Development Goals in India

From India’s point of view, Sustainable Development Goals need to bring together development and environment into a single set of targets. The fault line, as ever in global conferences, is the inappropriate balance between environment and development…we could also view the SDGs and the post 2015 agenda as an opportunity for revisiting and fine-tuning the MDG framework and sustainably regaining focus on developmental issues.”

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Need of Sustainable Development in India

This admission is of course an understatement. All available indicators point to the ecological situation being nothing short of disastrous. Natural ecosystems are under stress and decline across most of the country; some 10 per cent of the country’s wildlife is threatened with extinction; agricultural biodiversity has declined by over 90 per cent in many regions;

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India has played an important role in shaping the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This has meant that the country’s national development goals are mirrored in the SDGs. As such, India has been effectively committed to achieving the SDGs even before they were fully crystallized. As one of the countries that has volunteered to take part in the Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) at the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) 2017, India appreciates the focus on ‘Eradicating poverty and promoting prosperity in a changing world’.

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