What are the different Global Goals?
The Global Goals
To end poverty, everyone should have basic healthcare, security and education.
Globally, one in nine people are undernourished. This goal aims to end hunger.
Ensuring people live healthy lives can cut child mortality and raise life expectancy.
The UN wants everyone to have access to inclusive, equitable quality education.
Gender equality is a human right, and is vital for a peaceful, prosperous world.
Clean water protects people from disease, yet three in 10 people lack access to it.
Targets for 2030 include using more renewable, affordable energy.
The aim is for sustainable economic growth and decent employment for all.
This involves building resilient infrastructure and fostering innovation.
The poorest 40 per cent of the population should be able to grow their income faster than average.
The UN wants to increase affordable housing and make settlements inclusive, safe and sustainable.
This goal aims to foster eco-friendly production, reduce waste and boost recycling.
Urgent action is needed, by regulating emissions and promoting renewable energy.
The aim is to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources.
To stop degradation, we must preserve forest, desert and mountain ecosystems.
The aim is inclusive societies with strong institutions that provide justice for all.
If all countries are to achieve the goals, international cooperation is vital.