On 25th of September 2015 at the UN Sustainability Summit, the Heads of State and Government adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, aiming at making global development socially, ecologically and economically sustainable, thus ensuring for future generations the opportunity to live a fulfilling life.
Agenda 2030 includes a catalogue of 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets covering all three dimensions of sustainability: social, environmental and economic:
Over the coming decades, Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals will shape international cooperation in key policy areas.
International cooperation is a core focus of Global21’s interventions. We support our customers in selected areas of Agenda 2030 and in the implementation of global Sustainable Development Goals.
Environmentally sound and socially inclusive treatment of e-waste in Ghana
Economic value of ecosystems and ecosystem services in South-East Europe
Modernization of municipal services in South-East Europe
Mitigation options and low carbon development for the industrial sector in Kenya
Biodiversity and EU association process in South-East Europe
Green Climate Fund (GCF) in Zambia
Analysis of potential for cooperation with Cuba
E-waste in the MENA region
Paris Declaration and Climate Change in Cameroon
Rio+20 and Green Economy in Morocco
Poverty Impact Assessment in Green Economy projects in Kenya and South-Africa
Promotion of French environmental technologies at international level
Regional coordination of the Maghrebian Entrepreneur’s Network for the Environment
Climate Change Stakeholder Workshop in Tanzania
Global Compact Learning Forum in Ghana
Business in conflict zones