World Must Invest More Than $1.4T Annually Into Low-, Lower Middle-Income Nations To Meet SDGs, Report Shows

The Guardian: $1.4tn a year needed to reach global goals for world’s poorest
“…To meet [the Sustainable Development Goals], more than $1.4tn must be poured into low- and lower middle-income countries. Investment will be required in health, education, agriculture and food security, social protection systems, energy, infrastructure, and ecosystem management, according to a report by the U.N.’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN)…” (Anderson, 11/18).

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