Its 193 member states and global civil society participated in the UN-led process. The resolution is a comprehensive intergovernmental agreement that serves as a post-2015 development agenda. The SDGs are based on the principles of Inresolution A/RES/66/288, entitled “The Future We Want.” [122] This was a non-binding document published following the 2012 Rio-20 conference. [122] The SDGs coincided with another historic agreement reached in 2015 at the Paris climate conference COP21. With the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction signed in Japan in March 2015, these agreements offer a set of common standards and achievable targets for reducing CO2 emissions, managing the risks of climate change and natural disasters, and improving post-crisis construction. The undkish Statistical Service (UNSD) website contains an official list of updated indicators that contains all updates before the 51st session of the Statistical Commission in March 2020. [4] Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. The Baltic States, through the Council of Baltic Sea States, have developed the 2030 Baltic Sea Action Plan. [148] The SDGs, also known as the World Goals, build on the success of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and aim to go further to end all forms of poverty. The new goals are unique in that they invite all countries, poor, rich and middle-class, to act to promote prosperity while protecting the planet.

They recognize that poverty eradication must go hand in hand with strategies to develop economic growth and address a number of social needs, including education, health, social protection and employment opportunities, while combating climate change and environmental protection. The UN Secretary-General called on all sectors of society to mobilize a decade of action at three levels: global action to strengthen leadership, more resources and smarter solutions for sustainable development goals; Local measures that include the necessary transitions into the policies, budgets, institutions and regulatory frameworks of governments, cities and local authorities; and individuals, including youth, civil society, the media, the private sector, trade unions, universities and other interest groups, to create an inexorable movement that drives the necessary transformation. The Sustainable Development Goals are 17 and 169 goals agreed by all UN member states with the aim of achieving a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face, including the challenges of poverty, inequality, climate, environmental degradation, prosperity, peace and justice. The goals are networked and to leave no one behind, it is important that we achieve all the goals and goals by 2030. In Mauritania, the Ministry of Economy and Finance has received UNDP support to convene partners such as NGOs, government agencies, other ministries and the private sector as part of the UN SDG implementation team in the country. A national workshop was also supported by UNDP to provide the methodology and tools to integrate the SDGs into the country`s new strategy. [144] The list of objectives and indicators for each of the 17 SDGs was published in a UN resolution in July 2017. [3] The SDGs are unique in that they cover issues that affect us all.