What are SDGs?

The United Nations General Assembly formulated the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2030 Agenda Sustainable Development) in 2015.
Provides a blueprint for the present and future peace and prosperity of people and the planet.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development revolves around 17 sustainable development goals (Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs).
An urgent call to action by all countries, whether developed or developing, in a global partnership,
End poverty, improve health and education, reduce inequalities,
Stimulate economic development, mitigate climate change and protect forest and marine ecosystems.

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) formulated by the United Nations cover environmental, economic and social aspects,
Sectors are encouraged to address the challenges facing the world.
Looking at the world, many of the world's top universities have adopted SDGs as school-level goals and mobilized their forces
, exert knowledge influence, promote social and economic development, and help maintain sustainable environmental development.

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