Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about sustainable development goals. A set of global objectives for equitable and sustainable health at every scale, from the global biosphere to the local community, are known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a group of 17 objectives designed to solve the global problems of inequality, poverty, degrading the environment, climate change, and peace. By 2030, the main goal is to end all types of poverty.
The objectives include achieving gender equality, ending hunger, promoting well-being, raising educational standards, ensuring access to clean and safe water, supplying dependable, affordable, modern, and sustainable energy, and fostering employment, inclusive economic growth, and promoting fair pay for all.
The SDGs are designed to encourage innovation, build sustainable infrastructure, promote stable industrialization, reduce inequality, and make towns and cities safe, inclusive, sustainable, and resilient in order to combat climate change, preserve and sustainably use marine resources, fight desertification, manage forests, stop and reverse land degradation, and promote equitable, inclusive, and peaceful societies.
In order to achieve sustainable development, a secure society and environment, the right state of the globe, and the prosperity of all people, these goals must be achieved. These must be accomplished soon, but this is not achievable until everyone recognizes the issues and comes together to improve the planet. Thank you.