SDG does not mean only the third most visited website on un.org. It’s about the noblest human aspirations of all. The UN defines the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as “the world we want”. There is a good reason for that. SDGs “apply to all nations and mean, quite simply, to ensure that no one is left behind”. The road is well marked. “Above all, by adopting the map of the world we want to see in 2030.” (Ref. A. Smale. https://www.un.org/en/chronicle/article/what-sdgs-mean). Globethics.net Library goes a step further on this path and proposes a thematic collection on the SDGs, offering a single place for accessing the myriad of these precious indicators of the world we want, not the vision of some idealist dreamers nor the cynical reduction of human reality to cost and benefits, but a shared space we welcome around 17 key categories, aiming at better preserving this word from degradation.

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals

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