Our Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals?


The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), or the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to eradicate poverty, protect our planet, and ensure that all people live in peace and prosperity.

The 17 Goals build on the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals while incorporating new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation, sustainable consumption, peace, and justice, among other priorities. The goals are interconnected; the key to success on one goal is to tackle interconnected problems together.

The SDGs operate in a spirit of partnership and pragmatism, making the right choices today to sustainably improve life for future generations. They provide clear guidance and goals for all countries to adopt following their priorities and the environmental challenges facing the world. The Sustainable Development Goals are an inclusive agenda. It gets to the root causes of poverty and unites us to make positive changes for people and the planet. 


- Environmental and Ecological rights - Youth rights - Anti-discrimination and equality

- Women's rights / Gender equality - Right to work, fair income, and the right to form trade unions

- Children's rights - Right to the city

- Right to education and training - Sustainable rural and human development

- Digital rights - Disability rights

- Cultural rights - Right to Development

- Animal rights - Business and Human Rights

The 3 E's of Sustainability

  • Ecological
  • Ethics
  • Economic

* the  Climate School  conducts studies on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.


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