Water Criticism of the term and alternative conceptions Some people now consider the term "sustainable development" to be too closely linked with continued material development; they prefer to use terms like "sustainability," "sustainable prosperity," or "sustainable genuine progress" as the umbrella terms.
UN agencies which are part of the United Nations Development Group decided to support an independent campaign to communicate the new SDGs to a wider audience. This campaign, "Project Everyone," had the support of corporate institutions and other international organizations.
Concerned with this, British film-maker Richard Curtis started the organization in called Project Everyone with the aim to bring the goals to everyone on the planet. The communication system is available for free. The origin of the festival was in when eight directors produced a film titled "8," which included eight short films, each featuring one of the Millennium Development Goals.
It now showcases young directors whose work promotes social, environmental and human commitment. The festival now focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals. Each target has between 1 and 3 indicators used to measure progress toward reaching the targets.
In total, there are indicators that will measure compliance.
Directly below each goal, in quotation marks, is the exact wording of the goal in one sentence. The paragraphs that follow present some information about a few targets and indicators related to each goal.
A diagram listing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals Goal 1: No poverty[ edit ] "End poverty in all its forms everywhere. That target may not be adequate for human subsistencehowever.
People live in poverty if they lack basic services such as healthcare, security, and education. They also experience hunger, social discriminationand exclusion from decision-making processes.
Children make up the majority — more than half — of those living in extreme poverty. On average, 97 percent of countries have insufficient data to determine the state of impoverished children and make projections towards SDG Goal 1, and 63 percent of countries have no data on child poverty at all.
This can result in lost hope for an education and for a better income. It affects their education, health, nutrition, and security, impacting emotional and spiritual development.
Achieving Goal 1 is hampered by growing inequality, increasingly fragile statehoodand the impacts of climate change.
Zero hunger[ edit ] " End hungerachieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture ". This would be accomplished by doubling agricultural productivity and incomes of small-scale food producers especially women and indigenous peoplesby ensuring sustainable food production systems, and by progressively improving land and soil quality.
It is the largest source of income for poor rural households.
Other targets deal with maintaining genetic diversity of seeds, increasing access to land, preventing trade restriction and distortions in world agricultural markets to limit extreme food price volatility, eliminating waste with help from the International Food Waste Coalition, and ending malnutrition and undernutrition of children.
Globally, 1 in 9 people are undernourished, the vast majority of whom live in developing countries. Three pathways to achieve this were identified: Good health and well-being for people[ edit ] "Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
Between andthe worldwide under-five mortality rate decreased by 47 percent from 78 deaths per 1, live births to 41 deaths per 1, live births.
But if current trends continue, more than 60 countries will miss the SDG neonatal mortality target for About half of these countries would not reach the target even by Key strategies for meeting SDG Goal 3 will be to reduce adolescent pregnancy which is strongly linked to gender equalityprovide better data for all women and girls, and achieve universal coverage of skilled birth attendants.
Fromnew HIV infections declined by 66 percent for children under 15 and by 45 percent among adolescents aged While needs are being addressed gradually, more than million women have an unmet need for contraception.Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (or Global Goals for Sustainable Development, the 17 Global Goals, the Global Goals or simply the Goals") are a collection of 17 global goals set by the United Nations General Assembly in The SDGs are part of Resolution 70/1 of the United Nations General Assembly: "Transforming our World: the Agenda for Sustainable Development.".
Food and Land Use Coalition The Food and Land Use Coalition connects members from across science, government, business, civil society and more to develop a shared vision of working, sustainable food and land use systems in to raise our collective ambition and deliver on the SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement.
SITES ® is the most comprehensive system for developing sustainable land. SITES is used by landscape architects, designers, engineers, planners, ecologists, architects, developers, policy-makers and others to align land development and management with innovative sustainable design.
Sustainable development is defined as balancing the protection of the natural environment with the fulfillment of human needs so that these needs can be met not only in the present, but in the indefinite future.
The term has prompted a global recognition of the close linkage between environmental. This part of the kaja-net.com web site looks at various aspects of development, sustainable development and how this relates to other issues such as poverty, inequality, the environment. International Sustainable Development Research Society (ISDRS) The ISDRS provides a wide platform with its + society members, institutional members, .