What is good for society in the eyes of one person may not be good in the eyes of the other. Keep that in mind when you talk about ´saving the planet´ or ´making the world a better place´!
Luckily the United Nations have defined a set of 17 development goals in 2015, that we can use as a reference and benchmark when it comes to transforming our world towards a more sustainable, circular economy.
These goals are:
- no poverty
- zero hunger
- good health and well-being
- quality education
- gender equality
- clean water and sanitation
- affordable and clean energy
- decent work and economic growth
- industry, innovation and infrastructure
- reduced inequalities
- sustainable cities and communities
- responsible consumption and production
- climate action
- life below water
- life on land
- peace, justice and strong institutions
- partnerships for the goals
We like to work with social entrepreneurs and scientists, that are interested in working towards one or several of these goals.
If you have a project that meets this requirement, please submit your project.
If you are a scientist please click here to submit your profile.
If you are an institution, organisation or initiative supporting these goals, please consider a partnership with us.