Moving in the opposite direction of the SDG targets, air pollution and child obesity are on track to worsen by 2030
We’ve posted preliminary results from our assessment of current people-focused Sustainable Development Goal trends out to 2030 — estimating how many people’s lives and needs the world is on course to leave behind on each issue. Comments warmly welcome!
How far does the world get on SDG basic needs targets by 2030, under current trends? Our latest estimates:
One of the best things about the #SDGs is that they include measurable targets - see how we're doing against those #GlobalGoals in a new report from : Counting who gets left behind: Current trends and gaps on the Sustainable Development Goals
How many lives are at stake on the Sustainable Development Goals? We estimate around 40 million, as the difference between current trends and achieving the targets
Ahead of policy leaders meeting in NYC next week, reveal where we are with the SDGs. While there's cause to celebrate, we still have a long way to go, business as normal leaves +40 million lives at stake
Counting who gets #leftbehind: Current trends and gaps on the #SDGs finds no country is on track for all SDGs. #HLPF #endhunger
Homi Kharas, & Krista Rasmussen at are counting who gets left behind in “Current trends and gaps on the Sustainable Development Goals”: #SDGs
Counting who gets left behind: Current trends and gaps on the Sustainable Development Goals via
SDG failure. Red boxes are super-failures. India looks bad.