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What are the SDGs?

The SDGs are the Sustainable Development Goals set by the UNGC to enable responsible business to achieve transformational change in environmental and social sustainability. Adopted by the UN in 2015, the SDGs or Global Goals are direct actions to address poverty, climate issues, develop skills, economies, and promote peace. These SDGs are interconnected to support social, environmental and economic sustainability. SDGs enable prioritising those furthest behind through direct commitments to ending poverty, gender discrimination, health and economic disadvantage.



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