Sustainability Development Goals
17 goals set by the United Nations and agreed upon by all the 193 member states of the United Nations, also known as the Global Agenda 2030.
The Sustainable Development Goals are a global vision and call to work to eradicate poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that all peoples enjoy peace and prosperity by that year. The SDGs covers four main topics (environmental, social, economic issues and partnerships, and these goals include 169 goals and 233 indicators).
The goals represent a comprehensive roadmap that unites peoples to bring about positive change for the whole world, and focuses on the inclusiveness of all, as no country can work alone to achieve social and economic growth within its borders only, but rather states must join hands and cooperate to ensure the achievement of goals and sustainability for the whole world.
UAE Sustainability Agenda
The United Arab Emirates operates according to a clear agenda, and is making great efforts to achieve the sustainable development goals, on more than one level, especially with regard to access to clean energy, access to adequate food at reasonable prices, ensuring the availability of excellent education, health care, and sustainable economic growth, Healthy ecosystems, increased resource efficiency, and most importantly, the state pledged to help the world move to a sustainable and resilient path.
FAHR Sustainability Efforts