Individuals’ New Year’s Resolutions can Advance SDGs, Suggests UNU Institute

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  • 2018/12/20     Dresden, Germany

    14 December 2018: As 2018 comes to a close, the UN University Institute for Integrated Management of Material Fluxes and Resources (UNU-FLORES) has called on the global community to make a “Global Goals resolution.” A New Year’s Resolution card for each of the 17 SDGs suggests a practical commitment for individuals.

    On SDG 1 (no poverty), the card states: “This year, I strive to be more giving of my time.” The card explains that there are 783 million people in extreme poverty and emphasizes the need to support vulnerable communities, such as by volunteering to increase access to basic resources and services.

    Source: SDG Knowledge Hub

  • Individuals’ New Year’s Resolutions can Advance SDGs, Suggests UNU Institute

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