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SDGs (Sustainable Development
Goals and Indicators)

The UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was adopted at a United Nations summit in New York in 2015. For the next 15 years, the UN member states committed themselves to a partnership for peace and prosperity for all people, for the protection of the environment and the climate on planet Earth (five "P": People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, Partnership). 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with 169 targets were agreed upon. The goals cover a wide range of topics: Eradication of poverty and hunger, gender justice, climate change, water management and many more. Monitoring is carried out at the UN level by using a set of currently 231 indicators.

In Austria, Statistics Austria, as the National Statistical Institute, has taken over the compilation of the national SDG indicator set in 2017. Currently, about 200 indicators are available, the time series start with 2010.


United Nations Global indicator framework for the 2030 Agenda, Version 2024

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2024-06-17 file Austria is making progress in sustainable development
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2023-04-18 file Sustainable development in Austria: mostly positive; problems notably in environment domains
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Preview image for 'Agenda 2030 SDG‑Indicators Report 2022' Agenda 2030 SDG‑Indicators Report 2022

The fourth SDG Indicator Report shows the progress Austria has made in implementing the 2030 Agenda…



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Since 2017, Statistics Austria produces a comprehensive set of around 200 indicators. This allows a…



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