The world may have made little progress in its Sustainability Development Goals (SDG) for 2030, but the few areas that have brought in good news include consumption and production, marine ecosystem, and terrestrial vegetation.
There has been more than 25% progress in these three areas, but they’re still miles behind the target.
“A preliminary assessment of the roughly 140 targets with data show only about 12% are on track; close to half, though showing progress, are moderately or severely off track and some 30% have either seen no movement or regressed below the 2015 baseline,” said a United Nations secretary general’s special report published recently.
“There has been progress in some areas, however, progress against a very worrying proportion of targets is either moving much too slowly or has regressed,” it said.
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