For the Sustainable Development Goals to be reached, everyone needs to do their part: governments, businesses, and people like you. The Good Life Goals by the UN Environment and partners lay out 85 ways everyone can contribute toward the planet-changing objectives at the heart of the SDG agenda.
We all eat, buy things, spend money, move around, and like to dream about the future. This campaign by the UN Environment Programme and partners provides tips to change your lifestyle in those five areas, to support the global changes we need to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
We have ten years left to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and transform our planet. 170 Actions to Combat Climate Change by the UN Office in Geneva contains 10 suggestions on how you can make a difference on each of the 17 SDGs.
End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. Can I really make a difference? Yes! Every person can be part of the solution. And there are some super easy things you can do that will make a big difference -- without much effort at all!
Connect4Climate is a global partnership launched by the World Bank Group and the Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea, together with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, that takes on climate change by supporting ambitious leadership, promoting transformative solutions and empowering collective action.
Climate Neutral Now is an initiative launched by UN Climate Change in 2015 to encourage everyone in society to take action to help achieve a climate neutral world by mid-century, as enshrined in the Paris Agreement, by addressing their own climate footprint through a 3-step method.
When it comes to tackling the world’s waste, it can be hard to know where to start. But by making small changes in your daily life, you can reduce your negative impact, increase your understanding and start to see how you can be part of transforming the world. Join UNESCO to #TrashHack your life with Education for Sustainable Development.
There is enough food in the world to feed every child, woman and man on this planet. Yet, one-third of all food produced ends up rotting in trash bins, or spoiling during transportation and storage -- while 690 million people go to bed hungry every night. This World Food Programme campaign explains how you can make a difference and #StopTheWaste.
One third of all food produced is either wasted or lost, while 690 million people in the world go hungry. The Think-Eat-Save portal by the UN Environment Programme offers a one-stop-shop for ideas, news and resources for everyone to take action on the issues of food waste and global hunger.
Become part of a global movement to turn the tide on plastic. Clean Seas aims to engage citizens everywhere in the fight against marine plastic pollution. By targeting the production and consumption of non-recoverable and single-use plastic, this campaign by the UN Environment Programme seeks to address the root-causes of marine litter.
Some corals glow in vibrant colour in a desperate attempt to survive increasing ocean heat waves due to climate change. It is one of the most disturbingly spectacular sights in nature. This UN Environment Programme and partners urge everyone to join the call for priority protection for coral reefs and other measures to help protect the ocean.
Air Pollution in our cities and our homes kills 7 million people every year and accelerates climate change. This global campaign by a number of UN partners for clean air mobilizes cities and individuals to protect our health and our planet from the effects of air pollution. Learn about daily habits to stay healthy and reduce your contribution to air pollution.