The 17 Sustainable Development Goals — starting with an end to poverty — were set in 2015. At the halfway mark, the world is reeling from crises. Progress is stunted. Do the goals still help?
Sustainable Development Goals
Can we end poverty, provide food for all and otherwise make Earth a better place by 2030? By all accounts, the answer is no. So then what's the point of the Sustainable Development Goals?
The foundation has just released its annual report on progress toward Sustainable Development Goals. The conclusion: Inequality is rampant, and it's time for some hard choices.
The U.N. has been desperately trying to make the Global Goals "famous" since 2015. Then a surprise tweet from the rapper came along.
It's hard tracking down data to see what progress is being made on the Sustainable Development Goals. Now there's a shiny new tool that does it for you.
A new study offers an intriguing way to calculate the answer.
Tens of thousands of the customized candies were handed out at this week's U.N. General Assembly, printed with reminders about fighting poverty, climate change and global diseases.