In this course, you will learn:
- Understand how the SDGs came to be and how they have evolved.
- Recognize the interdependencies between the SDGs.
- Recognize the framework of the SDGs in the context of the United Nations.
- Learn how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relate to global issues like inequality, climate change, poverty, unsustainable consumption and production, and peace and security.
- Learn about the history and realities of each SDG using scientifically informed and evidence-based material.
- Understand the complexity of the 169 separate targets that make up the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
- Consider the problems that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) face.
- Recognize that the SDG agenda's social, ecological, and economic goals are all interdependent.
- Acquire a working knowledge of the institutional architecture in place to achieve the SDGs.
- Recognize how the SDGs are being implemented.
- Learn about the challenges to reaching the SDGs from practitioners.
- The origin, development, and idea of the SDGs
- SDGs and Society: Ensuring resilience and primary needs in society
- SDGs and Society: Strengthening Institutions for Sustainability
- SDGs and the Economy: Shaping a Sustainable Economy
- SDGs and the Biosphere: Development within Planetary Boundaries
- Realizing the SDGs: Implementation through Global Partnerships