What is the Agenda 2030?

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is an agenda for People, Planet and Prosperity. This document was written in 2015 by 193 United Nations countries to share a commitment to ensure a better present and future for our Planet and the people who live on it.  

The Agenda is organised into 17 Sustainable Development Goals (also called SDGs) to be achieved by 2030, which represent a compass to put the world on a sustainable path.  These 17 goals are grouped into 5 categories: the 5 Ps (Ps as in People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership).  

Common goals mean that achieving them requires the contribution of public institutions, the business world, but also every single citizen: no one is excluded, and no one should be left behind on the path needed to put the world on a sustainable path.