A new vision for the future


WHEN we set new year resolutions, we are striving to determine how we can do better in our own lives. Perhaps we could also take the occasion to consider how we might achieve such improvement on a larger scale.

In 2015, the world’s leaders attempted to address the major problems facing mankind by establishing the Sustainable Development Goals – a compilation of 169 targets to be achieved by 2030. Every admirable pursuit imaginable made the list, including eradicating poverty and disease, stopping war and climate change, protecting biodiversity and improving education.

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