Asia And The Pacific Region Not On Track To Achieve Any SDGs By 2030, U.N. Report Says

U.N. Dispatch: Asian Countries Are Off Track to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals
Joanne Lu, freelance journalist for U.N. Dispatch, discusses findings from a recent U.N. report assessing Asia and the Pacific region’s progress toward reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), noting, “Not a single country in the region is on track to achieve any of the [SDGs] by 2030 … According to the report, strengthening on two key areas of focus can make a massive difference: environmental protections and the means of implementing the Goals (SDG 17)…” (6/7).

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