How did the Global Goals develop?
The United Nations came together with the 195 countries and agreed on 17 Global Goals to be achieved by 2030. The Global Goals are to help the World to be a better place. By ending poverty, stopping climate change and having the same rights for girls and boys.
In HK we have a bunch of NGOs here are some examples .
For decades, WWF has engaged with millions of Americans, leading businesses, and government leaders to prepare for inevit;able change and reduce the emissions that drive climate change.
While current efforts in Washington stand to undo climate change policies, nearly half America’s largest companies are emerging as leaders in setting clean energy targets that will reduce the amount of heat-trapping gases released into the atmosphere and help to curb climate change.
Climate change is already having a significant impact on wild animals around the globe. Changes in climate are altering the timing of life cycles, causing species to shift where they live, and in some cases even leading to extinction. We can help species adapt to our changing world by ensuring that our own responses to climate change factor in the health and wellbeing of the habitat and resources on which they depend.
To adequately address the climate crisis we must urgently reduce carbon pollution and prepare for the consequences of global warming—which the world is already experiencing—and raise our collective voice for action. Combining global outreach with local expertise.
UNICEF is one of the only NGOs that works straight under the United Nations and is the only NGO that works in more than a 190 Countries. UNICEF is a NGO that works with other NGOs when there is a problem. Many NGOs are led by UNICEF because of there 64 years of experience in helping children, mothers, people in poverty, animals that are endangered and people who can not afford food, shelter and medicine .
UNICEF looks in to every single United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the United Nations SDG Global Goals are a set of 17 goals that the United Nations created to try and ensure world peace and sustainability. The United Nations SDG Global Goals were created during the year of 2015. 195 out of 195 countries agreed to the United Nation SDG Global Goals and that they must be completed by 2030.