Mission 1.5 aims to give 20 million people around the world the opportunity to have their say on ways to limit climate change that they want to see adopted by government leaders. Play and vote!
It’s 2050 and 68 percent of the earth’s population—6.5 billion people—are urban. Well-managed cities are offering millions more people boundless cultural, social and economic opportunities. These are healthy, vibrant and equitable societies which have left no-one behind. And this was how one of them did it.
Preserving the "Earth's Kidneys"
How blockchain has transformed the lives of Ecuadorean cocoa farmers
Like plastic, Concrete Must Give Way to Development Solutions Based on Nature
Lights of the Amazon
There are more than 7.5 billion people on earth and we use 1.5 times more resources than we have. There will be 9.7 billion by 2050; we'll need 3 planters to sustain our lifestyles. We don't have 3 planets. A radical re-thinking is required.
UNDP Eurasia brings you the story of Zahra, an Afghan young woman who went to Kazakhstan in order to study English and obtain a master's degree in Statistics.
The Balkans: an Epic Trail Comes to Life
Inle Lake: Nature and Livelihoods
Building Social Bonds, Improving Lives
World leaders called for a decade of action to deliver the SDGs by 2030 and announced more than 100 ‘accelerated actions’—voluntary undertakings to speed up progress. Who’s doing what?
By the time you're 18, the internet has collected 70,000 data points from you. Privacy of young people in the digital space is also a human right.
Climate Finance Can Help Manage Risk in Bosnia and Herzegovina