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Agenda 2030 - Basic law of sustainability

Agenda 2030 for sustainable development was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in New York in 2015. It contains a clear commitment to shared responsibility for a profound transformation of our societies that affects all spheres of life and aims to preserve our planet as a worthwhile home for future generations.

The heart of Agenda 2030 are 17 sustainability targets and a total of 169 sub-targets. With the ecological, economic and social dimensions, they reflect all three areas of sustainability and cover all important development themes: from fighting climate change, access to education, combating hunger and poverty to good health care and protecting biodiversity.

An overview of the ambitious goals of Agenda 2030, its creation and the opportunities for participation of various actors is provided in the Info-Flip "Agenda 2030 Basic Law of Sustainability".



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