United Nation Development Goals 2015

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.

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