NPR Examines Cost Of, Funding For SDG Implementation

NPR: It’s Up To The World: Pay For The Global Goals Or Buy Everyone A Latte
“…The great majority of funding for the SDGs will come from national budgets. But the U.N. still needs to cover $2 to $3 trillion a year. To put that sum in perspective, the advocacy group ONE calculated that $1 trillion is enough to buy every person on the planet — all seven billion of us — a Starbucks latte every day for a month. So where will the cash come from?…” (Gharib, 9/29).

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