SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES
Guide for the European citizen involved in the 2015 agenda
The adoption of the Sustainable Development Objectives by the United Nations is the result of a long process, since sustainable development has been at the heart of the problems of our societies and international negotiations for more than 20 years.
Since 1992 and the third Earth Summit in Rio, the commitments made by the international community have not ceased to be strengthened, but progress has remained too modest in comparison with the many challenges. Whether economic, social or environmental, repeated crises are now exacerbated by the consequences of climate change, the anthropogenic origin of which is no longer in doubt.
Faced with these multiple challenges that can no longer be ignored, we have no choice but to make a transition to societies that are more respectful of man and his environment. However, this transition can only happen if all of us feel concerned about the future of our planet and, by extension, the future of our societies.
By decrypting the challenges of the Sustainable Development Objectives for the citizen, this Pedagogical Guide aims to contribute to the awareness of everyone, so that sustainable development is no longer seen as a simple subject of debate and debate but is definitively integrated In our everyday practices.
Our future combines with the present, here and elsewhere, and each of us has his own score to play. We are all actors of change!