SDGs are the cornerstones of a modern and balanced society, capable of generating employment and wealth while respecting nature and human rights.
Agenda 2030: Sustainable Development Goals
Our planet faces enormous economic, social, and environmental challenges.
The SDGs succeed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), broadening the challenges that must be addressed to eradicate poverty and covering a wide range of interrelated topics in the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development.
The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development consists of 17 SDGs and was adopted in September 2015 by 193 members, resulting from the joint work of governments and citizens around the world to create a new global model for ending poverty, promoting prosperity and well-being for all, protecting the environment and combating climate change.