World Bank Blog Post Reflects On Adoption, Impact Of SDGs

World Bank’s “Voices”: One year on, the SDGs provide reason for hope
Paula Caballero, senior director of the Environment and Natural Resources Global Practice at the World Bank, reflects on the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and highlights four key characteristics of the SDGs: they are universal; “embrace complexity;” enable the international community to “see development through a much wider prism;” and “were drafted and adopted by the totality of the world’s countries” (8/1).

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