How do different Sectors engage with the Sustainable Development Goals?
SDG Cities Guide Cities and human settlements will be key to achieving the global SDGs. The SDGs came into effect in a world that is increasingly urban, with a little over half the global population now living in cities. Urbanization has thrown up some of the world’s greatest development challenges, but it also has tremendous opportunities for advancing sustainable development.
SDG Cities Guide Habitat3 Habitat III was the first United Nations global summit after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals.
SDG Compass The SDG Compass explains how the SDGs affect your business – offering you the tools and knowledge to put sustainability at the heart of your strategy business.
You may also find business tools on the website for assessing your organization’s impact on the SDGs.
SDG Compass The SDG Compass provides a guide that presents five steps for companies to maximize their contribution to the SDGs.
As young leaders of tomorrow, it is pivotal that youth are informed and engaged with the global vision for the future. Over the next fifteen years, youth will not only directly experience the outcome of SDGs and plans, but will also be the key driver for their successful implementation. For this reason, it is vital to raise awareness about the recently adopted 17 SDGs and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development among youth, build a platform for discussion, and create the conditions for active engagement.
The UNESCO publication ‘Education for Sustainable Development Goals – Learning Objectives’ aims to support policy-makers, curriculum developers and educators in designing strategies, curricula and courses to promote learning for the SDGs. The document provides guidance and offers suggestions for learning topics and objectives that educators can select and adapt to fit concrete learning contexts.
Getting started with the SDGs in universities is a guide to help universities, higher education institutions, and the academic sector in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific to accelerate their contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Guide highlights the important role universities have in implementing the SDGs through their teaching, research, operations and leadership, and provides practical guidance and examples to inspire further action.
SDG Universities Guide