The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is an action program for people, the planet and prosperity signed in September 2015 by the governments of the 193 UN member countries.
It defines 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), divided into 169 targets that represent a compass to put Italy and the world on a sustainable path, to achieve 3 fundamental goals by 2030:
The 2030 Agenda represents a great novelty: for the first time a clear judgment has been expressed that the current development model is unsustainable, not only on the environmental level, but also on the economic and social one, thus overcoming the idea that sustainability is an exclusively environmental issue and affirming an integrated vision of the different dimensions of development to which all member countries are called to contribute.
Goals for sustainable development
End extreme poverty
Fighting inequality and injustice
Remedying climate change