Sustainable development goals: big issues, small actions?


The term “sustainable development” first appeared in a United Nations report in 1987 with a question that remains burning today: how can we meet our needs without compromising the future of future generations? To be able to respond to this, the 193 member states of the UN adopted on September 25, 2015 a sustainable development program called “Agenda 2030”. It is a roadmap comprising 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) to be achieved by 2030.

EDITORIAL SUMMARY NEWS: VIEWS AND POSITIONS High Level Political Forum 2020 FILE ON FOCUS ON THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: WHERE ARE WE FOR 2030? Introduction First thought Achieving the SDGs hampered by the crumbling of multilateralism Second thought Covid-19: what impact on the 2030 Agenda? Third thought SDG 14: a concrete example of what threatens our seas FREE SPACE Ernesto Cardenal, priest, poet and politician PORTRAIT / POINT OF VIEW The fight for a sustainable world, more necessary than ever BRIEF



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