Sustainable Development

Want to help the world meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals? Here’s where to start

The UN suggests a range of things many people can do easily from home. Image: REUTERS/Mike Segar - RC2WYI9TQ196

Harry Kretchmer

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals environment inequality gender
In 2016, the UN set out 17 goals to help fight inequality and climate change by 2030. Image: United Nations
The UN says saving the world doesn’t have to be hard.
The UN says saving the world doesn’t have to be hard. Image: United Nations
Reduce inequalities within and among countries.
COVID-19 has had a dramatic effect on the progress of most of the Sustainable Development Goals. Image: United Nations
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