The seventeen Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations are all interconnected and set to reach all goals in the year 2030. This blueprint, specifically drawn to leave no one behind, is to achieve a much better and sustainable future for all life on earth. It is addressing the global challenges humanity is facing including those in reference to poverty, environmental degrading, justice and peace, inequality and naturally climate change. The blueprint of the Sustainable Development Goals comes forth from the Millennium Development Goals set in the year 2000.
WorldLife is complying to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations with ultimate solutions, nine systemic approaches, publications and with a partnership model creating efficient communication, partner networks and effective management for achieving goals which are addressed by the United Nations in its blueprint of Sustainable Development.
Within the European Union the SDG’s are guided by the European Commission. WorldLife is negotiating its contribution to finalize European solutions. We will keep you updated about our progress.
Report of the United Nations – The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: