On 25-27 September 2015, at the United Nations Headquarters in New York, the Heads of
State, Government and High Representatives agreed upon the 17 Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs) for 2015-2030.
They nominated 2015 as a landmark year for sustainability, as the transformative agenda for
people-centred targets for the coming years is set to face contemporary global challenges.
The economic, social and environmental dimensions of the SDGs seek to address poverty,
hunger, disease, fear and violence, education, healthcare, social protection, sanitation, safety,
sustainable habitats and energy.
This document constitutes Eco-School’s engagement in and contribution to the Sustainable
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