Relationship Between People, Nature Must Fundamentally Change To Achieve SDGs, Human Wellbeing, U.N. Report Says

U.N. News: SDG progress ‘in danger’ of going backwards without change in direction, new U.N. report reveals
“The current worldwide sustainable development model is threatening to reverse years of progress, if strategies don’t drastically change, an independent group of scientists has concluded in a major new report launched on Wednesday. The U.N. report will be at the center of discussions during the U.N. summit on the SDGs later this month…” (9/11).
Xinhua: U.N. report calls for new relationship between people, nature
“…According to the report, achieving human well-being and eradicating poverty for all of Earth’s people by 2030 is still possible, but only if there is a fundamental and urgent change in the relationship between people and nature, and a significant reduction in social and gender inequalities between and inside countries…” (9/12).

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