“environment is noone’s property to destroy; it’s everyone’s responsibility to protect.” – Mohith Agadi
What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
The 2030 Agenda is an internationally agreed agreement by the member states of the United Nations (UN) in 2015. However, although it obliges the UN member states to take action towards achieving the goals of the agenda by 2030, it does not rule out the will of other countries of the world towards undertaking initiatives that promote this agenda and sustainable development.
This agenda is a comprehensive action plan, for the people, the planet, and prosperity. What sets the Agenda 2030 apart is its cooperative character between all countries of the world towards jointly addressing the biggest challenges that threaten sustainable development, as well as the commitment that no one is overlooked.
The 2030 Agenda includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which contain 169 targets and 231 indicators. All of these are integrated and interconnected in a way that addresses the issues of the 3 dimensions of sustainable development which are the economic, social and environmental dimension.
In this platform on Agenda 2030 and the SDGs, you can find detailed information on the 17 SDGs, their targets and indicators, as well as data on the topics they touch in the context of the municipality of Drenas.
Together for sustainable development in Kosovo!