Sustainable Development Goals

The need for sustainability development has been recognized globally. Steadily increasing consumption of resources, the ongoing destruction of natural ecosystems and the progressing climate change are only a few issues that highlight the significance of sustainable development.

In 2015, 193 countries agreed upon the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, called SDGs, that are intended to be achieved by 2030. There are 17 SDGs. In order to be achieved, it is vital the collaboration of the governments, companies and other organizations.

Sustainable development (SD): It is the long-term stability of the economy and environment, and this is only achievable through the integration and acknowledgement of economic, environmental and social concerns throughout decision making process.

Its goal has specific targets to reach by the year 2030. [7]