The Alma MAKRO non-profit project aims to support the work of small, local Spanish producers, enabling them to stay in business producing authentic products in a traditional way
The SDGs will not be achieved without establishing global equality for women. While governments are making progress, much remains to be done
SDG 8 recognises the crucial role that economic growth has played in reducing poverty in recent decades. However, economic growth will only be sustainable in the long term if it is based on equity and inclusivity – the prerequisite for the SDGs’ overarching aim of eradicating extreme poverty
STOXX®, in partnership with CDP, developed a comprehensive Low Carbon index family to help investors decarbonise their portfolios
How can the post-2015 development agenda work in tandem with another pressing global problem, that of dealing with violent extremism? What can the UN do to ensure that actors working on development and security can mutually benefit from each other’s work?
From one branch and three employees to seven branches and a staff complement of 324 in March 2015, Grégoire Danel-Fedou has grown Advans Côte d’Ivoire (CI) from a start-up to one of the most coveted microfinance institutions (MFIs) in West Africa in just three years
Achieving the SDGs will require both individual citizens and wider communities to make meaningful, long-term changes to their behaviour
How can the private sector drive change towards a sustainable global economy?
Does development cooperation between countries of the Global South offer a paradigm shift from the traditional North-South model, or just more of the same?
Hoteles City Express reinforces its commitment to society through its sustainability programme
While national governments, working at the international level, have defined the scope and detail of the SDGs, it is local administrations that will shoulder much of the work to achieve their success. How can we ensure successful local implementation?
Step-by-step guidance, outlining how states can integrate the SDGs into their development planning: the key stages in implementation, the questions to address to create context-specific strategies and approaches most conducive to realising the aspirational 2030 Agenda
Generating the investment needed to realise the goals will rely less on traditional aid and more on countries’ own ability to raise and utilise funds through their tax systems. For those with weaker or less developed tax regimes, this will prove a significant challenge
The Responsibility to Protect and Agenda 2030 seek sustainable solutions to the challenge of building peaceful societies. Improving knowledge and understanding of the role of development in preventing atrocities, and vice-versa, will bring benefits for both
The growth of urbanisation has created stark inequalities around the world. Through more intelligent design and use of urban spaces, can we move towards a situation where cities provide safe, prosperous and enjoyable places to live for all their inhabitants?
Lifting vulnerable communities out of poverty will require a shift in thinking away from managing climate-related and other disasters and towards addressing the underlying risks of development
An interview with Dr Jerome Kim, Director General of the International Vaccine Institute
How can communities ensure that their political decision-makers make good on commitments to turn the SDGs into reality?