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The Sustainable Effect

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SDGs are the blueprint for a better future.

Want to know how to implement them and what they are? Check the Good Life Goals for a ready to use animation.

People around the world are becoming increasingly familiar with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but how many of us really know what we can do to reach them?
The Good Life Goals represent an effort to answer this question and help a global audience to recognize the vital role of individual action in achieving the SDGs. The Good Life Goals lay out 85 ways anyone can contribute towards the huge, planet-changing objectives that sit at the heart of the SDG agenda.

Who is behind them?

By following the Good Life Goals we can all help make tomorrow better than today. Let’s do this!

The Good Life Goals are meant to bridge the gap between the 2030 Agenda and the sustainable lifestyles movement and to inspire individuals to participate in the conversation and act on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in their everyday lives.

The Goals are primarily designed to be used by policy-makers, business, civil society, creatives and educators who want to communicate about the SDGs. Specifically, the Good Life Goals aim to:

  • Increase recognition by decision-makers about how vital individual action can be in reaching the SDGs
  • Provide a clear link between the SDGs and sustainable lifestyles
  • Offer an inspiring tool for those seeking to engage the general public in making tomorrow better than today.

The Good Life Goals came out of a collaboration between the initiative’s core partners, Futerra, the Sustainable Lifestyles and Education (SLE) programme under the 10-Year Framework of Programmes for Sustainable Consumption and Production (10YFP) – which is co-led by the governments of Sweden and Japan, represented by SEI and the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES) – UNESCO, UN Environment and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. Members of the SLE programme’s Multistakeholder Advisory Council (MAC) also gave valuable input.

The Good Life Goals: Resources

The following materials are available to help a variety of stakeholders explore and communicate around the Good Life Goals:
Discover the manual here.