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2 days ago

SHARED LANDS

Facing with the countryside desertification, a mayor of Cap Corse lends abandoned land to young market gardeners. Thanks to permaculture, Cyndy and Vincent feed the inhabitants of the village and preserve the environment.

5 days ago

FREEDOM ON A BIKE, INTEGRATION ON TWO WHEELS

Teaching refugee women how to ride bicycles, repairing them and learning the rules of the road so that they can fully integrate into their new life in Sweden : this is the mission of Freedom on a Bike.

4 days ago

MOVING MAMAS, A NEW LIFE FOR REFUGEE MOTHERS

Helping mothers from refugee families to understand the labor market and find their first job in Norway is the mission of Moving Mamas.

23 days ago

FINAL STRAW, THE PLASTIC WASTE AMBASSADOR

There is no age to act for the planet! This is what Nanny Pat, 70 years old, in Cornwall (England), proves to us by fighting against the plastic waste pollution on beaches that destroys marine life.

25 days ago

LAPEE, THE FIRST MOBILE URINAL FOR WOMEN

Enabling women to safely access open-air toilets in public spaces is Lapee's goal! These first state-of-the-art female urinals, developed in Denmark, are now available in 10 countries, to the delight of the female community!

1 month ago

MY HUMAN KIT - THE FAB LAB OF HUMAN BODY

In Rennes, a fab lab allows disabled people to print themselves the latest generation prostheses, from open source plans, and to adapt them to their needs. Accompanied by volunteers, they regain power over their disability.

2 months ago

MARKER WADDEN, AN ARCHIPELAGO OF UNIQUE BIODIVERSITY

From an aborted polder project leaving a 700km2 lake lifeless, the Netherlands has made the largest nature restoration operation in Europe. And today, fauna and flora are back thanks to the creation of an archipelago of 5 artificial islands.

2 months ago

PETIT PLI, CLOTHES THAT GROW WITH YOUR CHILDREN

In order to solve the non-sustainability of the textile industry, Petit Pli has invented a revolutionary concept: unfoldable clothes for children, that they can wear from their 9 months to their 4 years of age, i.e. 7 different sizes!

2 months ago

BEACH GUARDIAN, REMOVE PLASTIC FROM BEACHES

Chasing plastic from Cornwall's beaches and raising awareness among the local population: this is the challenge taken up by the Beach Guardian association.

2 months ago

BLEKINGE ARCHIPELAGO, FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

Reconciling nature protection and human activity is the Unesco Biosphere Reserves project. In the Blekinge archipelago, this is achieved through a sustainable and reasoned approach to tourism, in collaboration with local businesses. The creation of ARK 56, a sustainable tourist circuit, on foot, by kayak or by boat, makes it possible to discover protected nature.

2 months ago

REINVENTING FASHION WITH MAJDOULINE SBAÏ

The fashion industry emits more greenhouse gases than air and sea transport. It is the 3rd largest consumer of irrigation water in the world. The urgency: invent a new model and leave fast fashion far behind. This is Majdouline Sbaï's battle in Lille.

2 months ago

GREEN WATECH, A LOW-TECH FILTER FOR CLEANER WATER

As the primary source of drinking water pollution, waste water can now be purified with Green Watech's low-tech filter, which consists of layers of common, readily available and inexpensive materials.

3 months ago

MAKERS UNITE, FOR THE PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION OF REFUGEES

In the Netherlands, the number of refugees has increased by 25% in 4 years. Makers Unite is a social enterprise that has set up a programme of professional self-help between refugees and Dutch creative people to help with the professional integration of refugees.

3 months ago

MÉTISSE, TURN YOUR OLD JEANS INTO THERMAL INSULATION

Each French person throws an average of 12 kg of textile per year. In order to reduce the incineration of textile waste, the Métisse enables it to be recovered by thermal and acoustic insulation, biosourced and 100% made in France.

3 months ago

"Poule pour tous" (Hens for everyone), there is a life after laying

Laying hens, too, are entitled to a pension! That's what Poule Pour Tous offers them by saving them from the slaughterhouse at the end of their laying career and having them adopted by caring and grateful owners.

3 months ago

BEE AWARE, BEES AND MEN

Bee Aware sensitises Maltese people to the cause of bees by training them in their preservation and beekeeping. An essential civic commitment at a time when bees are threatened on a global scale.

3 months ago

Urban Shepherds, Sheep in the City

Reintroducing nature into the urban environment, recreating the link between the city and its inhabitants and seeing, as they pass by, life comes to a stop and faces marvel... this is what sheep do in the Paris region.

4 months ago

HELIATEK, REVOLUTIONARY PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS

Imagine if all the surfaces exposed to the sun generated electricity. This is what Heliatek dreams of with its flexible, self-adhesive photovoltaic panels that can be placed almost anywhere and thus bring solar power generation into a new dimension.

4 months ago

BIODÔME, BIOGAS FROM THE FARM

A low-cost and local solution to transform organic waste into biogas and fertilizers. Thanks to Biodôme, Moroccan farmers are recycling their waste and now use a clean fuel to pump their irrigation water.

4 months ago

RETUNA, HEAVEN OF SECOND HAND

A supermarket where nothing new is sold, only second-hand and recycled products... Welcome to Retuna, the first sustainable supermarket that breaks with unbridled consumption and programmed obsolescence.

3 months ago

HANS OLOF NILSSON AND THE FIRST HYDROGEN HOUSE

Acting for sustainable development is not a matter of age! On the outskirts of Gothenburg, Hans Olof Nilsson, a Swedish man in his sixties, has built the world's first completely energy self-sufficient house.

4 months ago

ENERKITE, A KITE WIND TURBINE

A wing towed like a kite, flying well beyond the top of conventional wind turbines... This is what EnerKite deploys to transform the constant power of high altitude winds into electricity.

4 months ago

PRECIOUS PLASTIC, RECYCLERS FROM ALL COUNTRIES LET'S GET TOGETHER!

A community of more than 40,000 people around the world shares its solutions for recycling and recovering plastic waste locally. An adventure born in Eindhoven in the Netherlands where pioneers continue to seek for innovative solutions.

4 months ago

NOOR, THE SOLAR POWER STATION OF THE SAHARA

A few kilometers from Ouarzazate, the equivalent of 3437 football fields covered with mirrors, reflectors and voltaic panels... Welcome to the NOOR, the largest operating solar power plant worldwide. 

4 months ago

FAIRPHONE, THE ETHICAL PHONE

Make electronic equipment with a reduced ecological impact has been made possible. Introducing Fairphone, the first ethical mobile phone, designed to be easily repaired. It does not contain any "blood minerals" and uses as much recycled material as possible.

5 months ago

GERES, HAMMAM OF THE FUTURE

9% of Moroccan greenhouse gas emissions come from the country's 12,000 hammams. A tradition with a heavy ecological footprint that the NGO GERES is developing towards sustainability.

5 months ago

BIGH FARM, THE COUNTRYSIDE TO THE CITY

What if in terms of food production, the city was not the problem but the solution? Installed on a 4,000 m² roof space, the largest suspended urban farm in Europe has opened its doors in the heart of Brussels.

5 months ago

SERVIES, FINE PARTICLES ON YOUR PLATE

Make visible the invisible and insidious pollution that we breathe in cities. This is what is achieved by SerVies, collecting urban dust and integrating it into a range of ceramic tableware. Will you dare to eat from what you breathe?

5 months ago

THE TURTLE CLINIC

In Valencia, Spain, a clinic rescues turtles that are victims of decompression sickness when, trapped in fishing nets, they escape drowning and have risen too quickly in the open air.

6 months ago

IN DUNKIRK, THE BENEFITS OF FREE TRANSPORT

Free transport... did you dream of it? Dunkirk did it. And the result is stunning: a sharp increase in traffic, a city centre free of individual cars, and, surprisingly, a renewed sense of conviviality.

6 months ago

AT-TAWAFOUK, THE SUCCESSFUL CONVERSION OF A WILD DUMP RAGPICKERS

Raggers deprived of resources, saved by the creation of a cooperative on the new landfill. An ecological project, providing decent and remunerative work.

6 months ago

VELOVE, URBAN DELIVERY BY CARGO BIKE

Cities where we no longer breathe, where delivery trucks run almost empty to bring us our internet orders. This is what Velove wants to see disappear thanks to its cargo bicycles, easy to handle and fast, allowing you to deliver without pollution to your home.

6 months ago

CORPOWER, INSIDE THE WAVES

Robust and imposing buoys that contain a pump mechanism inspired by the human heart, to collect and transform the powerful energy of the waves into electricity... This is CorPower, the future of wave energy.

6 months ago

ECO-DOME, ZERO CONCRETE HOUSES

Traditional construction methods combined with modern techniques, to build these low-tech homes cheaper but above all much less greenhouse gas emitting than concrete houses.

6 months ago

BIOHUT, THE FISH NURSERY

98% of juvenile fish die in port areas. Faced with this situation, Ecocean invented the "Biohut", these cages, filled with oyster shells, which offer refuge and food and allow the port ecosystem to be reconstituted.

7 months ago

WEFOOD, FIGHTING FOOD WASTE

In Copenhagen, fighting food waste is taking a new step with WeFood, the first supermarket to offer only freshly expired products, usually destined for destruction and now sold at half price.

6 months ago

SOUKAINA AZIZ EL IDRISSI, PLASTIC ARTIST

The drama of plastic: a noble and durable material, used on a large scale for ephemeral and disposable consumer goods. Through her work, Soukaina questions this material and what we have done with it.

6 months ago

TIPA, COMPOSTABLE PLASTIC

At the current rate, by 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the oceans. To fight this scourge, the start-up Tipa has invented a flexible and compostable packaging that will no longer impact the environment.

7 months ago

JEAN BOUTEILLE, BACK TO REUSABLE CONTAINERS

What if the good old-fashioned methods could be the solution to reduce plastic waste? With its bulk liquid dispensers and returnable bottles, Jean Bouteille offers a zero waste alternative to stores and consumers.

7 months ago

CASCIOMAR, THE FISH KEEPER

Raising juvenile fish safely before releasing them into the sea. This is Casciomar's solution to restore a Mediterranean degraded by pollution and overfishing to its lost biodiversity.

7 months ago

GOLD IN YOUR TRASH

Mara & Villosa offers jewelry whose gold comes exclusively from recycling electronic devices. Because by reusing our precious waste we can limit ecological and social damage of gold mines.

7 months ago

GO ENERGY LESS, THE FRIDGE OF THE DESERT

A clay fridge that requires no energy source to provide everyone in Morocco, where 45% of rural areas do not have access to electricity, with the possibility of cooling their food.

7 months ago

FOG TO DRINK

In the mountains of Ait Baâmarane, nets placed on the summits, capture the fog to collect drinking water and make women's water collection a bad memory.

8 months ago

LES JARDINS DE ZINEB, A SOLIDARITY GARDEN

From 2 hectares of arid land, Zineb has turned into an oasis of greenery where diversity prevails over profusion. Her method: permaculture, observation and listening to nature.

8 months ago

ECO WAVE POWER, THE ENERGY OF THE SEA

The tremendous wave power can now be directly transformed into electricity and fed into the grid, thanks to Ecowave Power. A system that could benefit half of the world's inhabitants.

8 months ago

BIODIESEL, THE REBIRTH OF FRYING OIL

In Lille, Gecco enables vehicles to run with recycled frying oil. A patented process which allows them to recover cooking oil and transform it into biodiesel.

8 months ago

ALL FOR BLUE, THE BIG CLEANING

With divers, swimmers and walkers, in 4 years, the All For Blue association has recovered more than 100 tons of waste on beaches and seabeds to recycle them and study their impact on the ecosystem.

8 months ago

ZERO ZBEL, FIGHTING PLASTIC POLLUTION AT THE SOURCE

Forget recycling! For Zero Zbel, the only effective solution to plastic pollution is reduction at the source. In Morocco, the association raises awareness among young people and analyses plastics on beaches to their producers.

8 months ago

CAFÉ JOYEUX, A SUPPORTIVE COFFEE SHOP

The first coffee shop run by people with disabilities opened its doors in Paris. A solidarity café that never fails, supported by its employees, their joy and the richness of their differences.

8 months ago

STEPSOL, MAKE MY GRID COME TRUE

Water can be the solution to overcome the intermittency of renewable energies. A Corsican village has developed an ingenious system to take advantage of this energy at night or during bad weather.

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Energy Observer, the first vessel powered by renewable energies and hydrogen, travels the world without CO2 emissions or fine particles. She embarked on a 6-year odyssey to meet the women and men who are innovating for a cleaner and more cohesive planet.

Today, Energy Observer is more than just a boat, it is becoming a media for the planet. A digital platform that highlights local solutions through a new and original web series based on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals set by the UN in Agenda 2030, for which Energy Observer is the first French ambassador.

 

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1 No poverty
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Imagine living on less than $1.25 a day. Pretty hard, huh?

And yet that’s exactly the challenge many people are having to face in today’s world. The United Nations has made eradicating extreme poverty
by the year 2030 its number one sustainable development goal. It wants to halve the number of people who are living in poverty, whatever form it takes. We often think
of poverty as being a lack of income and resources with which ‘to make a living’, but it can affect populations in many other ways. Malnutrition, limited access to education and various discriminations are all examples of poverty.

So how do we achieve this goal? First off, by creating sustainable jobs and social protection systems that are accessible to all. War and natural disasters so easily lead populations into a spiral of poverty, and these systems would help them overcome such challenges.

What can you do? Donate what you don’t use.

2 Zero Hunger
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One in nine people don’t get enough to eat.

And yet specialists agree that sustainable agriculture and fishing could produce enough food to feed the world’s entire population. The United Nations has made eliminating hunger throughout the world by 2030, its second sustainable development goal. Not only that, the UN wants to ensure that each and everyone of us has access to safe and nutritious food.

Because malnutrition is currently responsible for stunting the growth of at least one child in four. The idea is firstly to invest in the millions of small farms worldwide, which are mostly in developing countries. We need to enable them to produce food without damaging ecosystems, even in the difficult context of climate change. And if we can do that – and this is the cherry on the cake – we will enable them to generate a decent income.

What can you do? Buy organic, locally sourced and seasonal products.

3 Good Health and well-being
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Close to thirty-seven million people were living with HIV in 2017.

That’s almost the population of a country the size of Canada! But barely twenty-one million of them had access to antiretroviral therapy. That’s an unacceptable situation. Which is why the United Nations has made ending the AIDS epidemic – as well as tuberculosis, malaria and other diseases – its third sustainable development goal for the year 2030. The UN aims also to drastically reduce the number of maternal, newborn and infant mortalities, as well as premature deaths related to non-communicable diseases.

Because alcohol, tobacco and pollution – to name but three causes – harm the health of populations on a daily basis. To achieve this goal, the obvious solution is to strengthen healthcare systems with a priority on improving qualified care. But work also has to be done educating people about hygiene and health risks.

What can you do? Make sure you and your children are vaccinated, eat organic and local food, do sports.

4 Quality Education
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In recent years, huge progress has been made in providing access to education in most parts of the world and especially for girls.

But still, more than 265 million children don’t go to school as we speak. Globally, close to 620 million youths have trouble reading, writing and doing basic arithmetic. To remedy this, the United Nations has made providing all children with free, quality education, whatever their sex or origin, its fourth sustainable development goal by 2030.

It should give them a better quality of life and provide them with useful knowledge as they go about their daily lives. Giving them the capacity to develop innovative solutions useful to them and their families. Several avenues for achieving this goal include investing in the construction of schools, training more teachers, and increasing the number of study grants.

What can you do? Teach your native language.

5 Gender Equality
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The campaign for gender equality sometimes raises a smile.

Especially when the debate centers on whether the man or the woman should do the washing up or put the bins out. But it many areas of the world, it can take a much more dramatic turn. Even today, over 750 million women in the world are married before the age of eighteen. The United Nations has decided to call a halt on this untenable situation by making its fifth sustainable development goal the ending of all forms of discrimination – including violence – against women and girls.

The UN wants to stop sexual exploitation and genital mutilation. It hopes to pave the way for equal healthcare and social protections, for sharing and recognizing the value of domestic work, and for unfettered access to every level of political, economic and public life. So how do we achieve this goal? By continuing to ensure that girls have access to education and by putting in place the legal framework necessary to guarantee gender equality.

What can you do? Denounce sexist behaviour, educate your children in a non-gender specific way.

6 Clean water and Sanitation
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Water is a precious asset that’s essential to our survival.

Thankfully, our planet is sufficiently well-stocked to satisfy our needs. If only we knew how to manage it properly… Today, water shortages affect more than 40% of the world’s population. In order to face this issue, the United Nations has made ensuring a fair and affordable access to water for all by 2030 its sustainable development goal number six. This is vital because when water starts to be in short supply, whether in quantity or quality, all of society suffers: food production, world safety and people’s health are threatened.

Children are the first to bear the consequences of water shortage: every day, 1,000 of them die from illnesses that could have been avoided through better hygiene. To protect those at risk, future investment need to be channeled into managing freshwater ecosystems and sanitation facilities, especially in developing countries.

What can you do? Don’t run a bath, have a shower instead. Store your rain water, up cycle your cooking water for watering plants.

7 Affordable and clean energy
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Could you imagine living without electricity? A few minutes? Several hours?

Everyday across the world, almost a billion people live without it and that is too much for the United Nations. To counter this problem, the UN has made its seventh sustainable development goal ensuring that everybody has, by 2030, access to modern, affordable, clean and reliable energy services. It’s a prospect that will leverage the potential of renewable energy sources. Energy can be produced locally, from sustainable resources such as the sun and the wind, without relying on a central supplier.

It will contribute to achieving other goals, by offering new economic opportunities to local populations without endangering their environment. In other words, the world’s entire energy producing system needs to be updated by installing innovative technologies and processes and by benefiting on investments both from public and private sectors.

What can you do? Choose energy-efficient appliances. Limit your energy consumption. By low-energy consuming electric devices.

8 Decent Work and Economic Growth
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The average GDP per capita has been growing yearly across the globe. Unfortunately, not all benefit from it with some countries having trouble offering their populations jobs that could get them out of poverty.

The United Nations has made maintaining an annual GDP growth rate of at least 7% in the least advanced countries, its eighth sustainable development goal. Because even if the global unemployment rate decreased from 6.4% in 2000 to 5.6% in 2017, progress still has to be made to achieve full productive employment. Full employment that guarantees decent work conditions and equal pay for the value of that work.

Sustainable economic growth can only be achieved if there are opportunities for creative and innovative jobs in sectors which add high value and are labour-intensive. They need to be supported by suitable commercial and financial infrastructures and have a limited impact on the environment.

What can you do? Purchase goods produced by fair trade companies. By from your local shops instead of big commercial compagnies.

9 Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
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Not a day goes by when you don’t access the Web via your smartphone. And you probably don’t think too much about how lucky you are.

Because 16% of the world’s population still does not have access to fast mobile networks. It’s a situation which should soon be changing. Indeed, setting up quality infrastructures that are reliable, sustainable and resilient in order to encourage economic development and the well-being of populations is the United Nations’ ninth sustainable development goal. The UN wants to promote innovative industries which create decent jobs and respect the environment.

The least advanced countries have, in this respect, the greatest potential. To make this happen investment need to go to supporting advanced technology that increases manufacturing efficiency: we need to trust mobile phones to do the job of connecting the world.

What can you do? Think of new ways to use old equipments.

10 Reduced inequalities
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It’s a sad fact of today’s world, but, even if progress has been made in the past century, people are not all born equal, especially when it comes to income.

Nevertheless, in recent years, the income per capita has risen faster than national average in sixty countries. The United Nations’ tenth sustainable development goal aims to increase the income of the bottom 40% of the population in a sustainable manner and at a rate higher than the national average. Additionally, the UN wants to encourage trade with the least advanced countries and enhance the representation of developing countries in global institutions.

This goal can only be achieved by implementing universal policies that take into account disadvantaged populations. After all, the principle of sustainable development is only valid if we respect its three fundamental pillars: economy, environment and society.

What can you do? Reject discrimination. Organise neighbourhood parties. Join a local community initiative.

11 Sustainable cities and communities
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Currently, half of all humanity lives in cities. Cities where ideas and goods flow. Cities which nurture culture and science. Cities that drive social and economic progress.

But in order for this trend to continue, when more than 880 million people live in slums, the United Nations has made ensuring universal access to sustainable and humane cities its eleventh sustainable development goal. Developing suitable basic services and housing at affordable prices is paramount. It includes safe and sustainable transport systems and energy supplies, while protecting the cultural and natural heritage of cities.

To achieve this, solutions must be found to face the challenges arising from rapid urbanization. Supplying water and managing waste, in particular, require innovative solutions. Even more so for developing countries.

What can you do? Use public transport or a bicycle to get around town.

12 Responsible consumption and production
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If we don’t change how we do things, by 2050, we will probably need the equivalent of three Earths to produce the resources needed to satisfy our current lifestyle.

This observation encouraged the United Nations to make implementing sustainable ways of consuming and producing – founded on the rational use of natural resources – its twelfth sustainable development goal by 2030. The idea is to do more and better with less. Involve the entire chain, from producer to consumer, so that everybody feels engaged and also enjoy the benefits in terms of well-being.

But progress needs to be made in numerous fields: wasting less food should, for example, help relieve hunger, better management of chemical products should help reduce air and water pollution. The only way to do this is to educate populations about sustainable consumption.

What can you do? Recycle everything that can be recycled. Limit your consumption of plastic and compost your organic waste.

13 Climate Action
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Temperatures are rising by as much as 3 °C compared to the pre industrial revolution. Sea levels are also rising by dozens of centimetres.

While weather events are becoming ever more extreme and frequent, these are just some of the established facts which have pushed the United Nations to make strengthening our resilience and capacity to adapt in the face of climate-related hazards, its thirteenth sustainable development goal. The UN wants us to take into account climate change and its consequences when deciding on national policies and strategies. But also to encourage each and everyone one of us to adapt to new ways of living.

If we are to limit the impact of climate change, we will certainly need to develop cleaner economies based on renewable energy sources, requiring cooperation at an international level as global warming has no borders.

What can you do? Educate your children about climate change. Reduce your consumption of meat and dairy.

14 Life Below Water
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More than three billion people depend on marine and coastal diversity to satisfy their needs. What’s more, the oceans are an essential source of protein.

Which is why the United Nations has made significantly reducing marine pollution – in all its forms – its fourteenth sustainable development goal by 2050. As a related goal, the UN wants to provide lasting protection for marine and coastal ecosystems by applying effective regulations to the fishing industry and by combating ocean acidification through enhanced scientific cooperation.

The United Nation’s Convention on the Law of the Sea already supplies a legal framework for the conservation and sustainable exploitation of the oceans and their resources. But research can also contribute to improving the health of the seas.

What can you do? Stop using disposable plastic goods. Reduce your consumption of fish and buy only sustainably fished fish.

15 Life On Land
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Approximately 1.6 billion people depend on forests for their survival and yet every year, thirteen million hectares of forest are destroyed.

The United Nations needed little encouragement to make ending deforestation and restoring damaged forests by 2020, its fifteenth goal for sustainable development. It’s part of a bigger picture to preserve and then exploit in a sustainable way all land ecosystems under threat of – among other tragedies – drought, desertification, poaching and global warming.

Initiatives like these are inevitable considering that we’re losing arable land at a rate thirty to thirty-five times higher than in the past. To make this a reality, international agreements to promote the fair use of resources have already been signed and investment to encourage biodiversity continues to rise.

What can you do? Stop using pesticides. Plant wild flowers in your garden. Participate in restoring the ecosystems of your local area.

16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
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In the world, over 30% of prisoners were incarcerated without even being convicted by their country’s judicial system.

As for murders and trafficking of all kinds, they have continued to increase over the last decade, placing millions of people in danger. The United Nations has made significantly reducing all forms of violence and the deaths associated with them its sixteenth sustainable development goal. Violence, abuse and exploitation have no place in a society concerned with climate change and sustainable development.

Today, close to thirty million primary school children can’t attend school because they live in a war zone. Initiatives to achieve this goal include implementing more effective and transparent regulations, setting up a global register of births and creating independent human rights institutions.

What can you do? Use your right to vote.

17 Partnerships for the goals
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The United Nations has made improving the mobilization of financial resources its seventeenth sustainable development goal.

Because the task of establishing a sustainable society is a global one and building partnerships between governments, the private sector and civil society is essential. Whether in the field of energy, infrastructure, transport or technology, the idea is to encourage developed countries – and private investors – to support the efforts of developing countries.

So how do we achieve this goal? By adopting an unambiguous stance on the question. By establishing the framework for incentive structures which will attract private investment. By boosting the exports of developing countries. And by encouraging the distribution of clean technologies to such countries.

What can you do? Collaborate and create healthy partnerships to do more, together.

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