The Sustainable Development Goals report 2017
More than 2 billion people globally are living in countries with excess water stress says the Sustainable Development Goals report 2017. Northern Africa and Western Asia, as well as Central and Southern Asia, experience water stress levels above 60 per cent, indicating the strong probability of future water scarcity.
The Sustainable Development Goals Report 2017 reviews progress made towards the 17 Goals in the second year of implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The report is based on the latest available data. It highlights both gains and challenges as the international community moves towards full realization of the ambitions and principles espoused in the 2030 Agenda. There are particular highlights for the disaster risk reduction community. In 2014-2015, most reporting countries indicated that environmental impact assessments, legislation on protected areas, climate change adaptation projects and programmes, and integrated planning played a major role in reducing underlying risk factors.
- Voluntary guidelines on National Forest Monitoring
- Regional road map for implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific
- Mapping the oil and gas industry to the Sustainable Development Goals: an atlas
- Global goals mapping: the environment-human landscape
- SDG baseline report on children in Indonesia