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In 2015, the UN's 193 member states adopted 17 Global Goals also called Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs. The Global Goals are goals for all countries in the world and for everybody around the globe. They aim to develop the world in a sustainable direction, with less hunger and inequality, more education and development, and sustainable development in the use of the planet's resources – with a particular focus that the development and improvement should benefit the poorest – formulated under the goal of 'leave no-one behind'.

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Goal 1: No poverty Goal 2: Zero hunger Goal 3: Good health and well-being Goal 4: Quality education Goal 5: Gender equality Goal 6: Clean water and sanitation Goal 7: Affordable and clean energy Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth Goal 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure Goal 10: Reduced inequalities Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production Goal 13: Climate action Goal 14: Life below water Goal 15: Life on land Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions Goal 17: Partnerships for the goals