What are the sustainable development indicators?

Sustainable development indicators are statistics that are used to measure social equity, economic growth, institutional capacity, and environmental protection to ascertain the different dimensions and levels of sustainable development.

What are the EU sustainable development goals?

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to transform our world. They are a call to action to end poverty and inequality, protect the planet, and ensure that all people enjoy health, justice and prosperity. It is critical that no one is left behind.

What is sustainable development EU?

Sustainable development is a core principle of the Treaty on European Union and a priority objective for the Union’s internal and external policies. It is a commitment to eradicate poverty and achieve a sustainable world by 2030 and beyond, with human well-being and a healthy planet at its core.

Is the EU sustainable?

A competitive climate-neutral economy European industry is transitioning to a climate-neutral economy, marking a change for the energy, manufacturing, transport and construction sectors.

What is a good example of sustainability indicators?

For example, water use, population, and economic output are 1-D indicators that can be combined to create 2-D indicators such as water consumption per capita, water consumption per $ of GDP, or GDP per capita.

What is the most sustainable country?

Most Environmentally Friendly Countries 2021

Country EPI Ranking Ecosystem Vitality
Switzerland 1 83.32
France 2 76.11
Denmark 3 70.53
Malta 4 72.30

Is the EU sustainable in the future?

EU commitment to sustainable development The EU has a strong starting position when it comes to sustainable development and is also fully committed to be a frontrunner in implementing the UN’s 2030 Agenda, together with its member countries. provide regular reporting of the EU’s progress as of 2017.