The Hague and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
In 2015 the United Nations adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These goals strive to ensure a sustainable future for everyone by 2030. The Hague is a Global Goals City.
The 17 SDGs apply to all countries and all people worldwide. They are the successors to the Millennium Goals (2000-2015). To be able to achieve the SDGs, good partnerships and cooperation are essential. Both close to home and at an international level. The Hague is also committed to achieving these goals. This is described in The Hague’s 2019-2022 coalition agreement.
Subjects in The Hague
There is a great deal of overlap between many of the goals for sustainable development and the subjects municipalities are working on in their daily work. Examples include:
- reducing inequality
- creating a pleasant and safe living environment
- making and using sustainable products
Each of the 17 SDGs are divided into smaller targets.
SDGs in The Hague
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