United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals – also known as SDGs – are designed to bring people together to improve life around the world. Created by the United Nations, they are a set of common goals to help us overcome global challenges like poverty, inequality, climate change, and more. They seek to harmonize three core components for the future: economic growth, social inclusion, and environmental protection.
SDGs have a huge part to play in today’s classrooms. As a blueprint for making the world a better place, these goals can help engage students and inform lesson plans.