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Nemzeti Fejlesztési Ügynökség

2017. október 12.
Sustainable development in the European Union
A statistical glance from the viewpoint of the UN sustainable development goals.

Our planet faces important economic, social and environmental challenges. To tackle these, the UN Sustainable Development Goals define global priorities and aspirations for 2030. This represents an unprecedented opportunity to eliminate extreme poverty and put the world on a sustainable path. The 17 goals reflect European values and provide a political opportunity to promote the European socio-economic model.

The European Union has been strongly committed to reaching an ambitious outcome at UN level with a universal agenda for all countries, rich and poor alike, fully integrating the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainability. The European Union will continue to lead the way in achieving these goals.

Our long-term policy agenda must bring about a systemic change in which economic growth, social cohesion and environmental protection go hand in hand and are mutually reinforcing. The 2030 Agenda will shape our internal and external policies, ensuring the EU plays its full part. This vision will define our actions, be it our growth strategy or social agenda, our energy and climate goals, our environmental ambitions or our research and innovation programmes. We want to make sure that all of our policies balance social, economic and environmental considerations and contribute to a good standard of living for all Europeans, within the limits of our planet.