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SDG'sWhat are sustainable development goals (SDG's)?
The SDG's (sustainable development goals) are seventeen goals to make the world a better place, with a deadline of 2030, and started in 2015. The SDG's have been agreed by the countries that are members of the United Nations (UN), including the Netherlands. The goals were based on worldwide input from organizations and individuals. They are a global compass for challenges such as poverty, education and the climate crisis. The SDG's are the successors to the Millennium Development Goals. There are 169 targets behind the seventeen targets. They make it even more concrete.