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The UN SDGs, or United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, are a set of 17 goals established by the United Nations in 2015 as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
These goals aim to address the most pressing social, economic, and environmental challenges facing the world today, and provide a framework for global action towards a more sustainable and equitable future.
The 17 SDGs are:
Each goal has specific targets and indicators that countries, businesses, and individuals can work towards to contribute to the global effort to achieve the SDGs.
The SDGs are interconnected and mutually reinforcing, recognising that sustainable development requires a holistic and integrated approach that considers social, economic, and environmental factors.