In September 2015, the UN approved the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030, an opportunity for countries and their societies to embark on a new path to improve people’s lives, leaving no one behind.
The Agenda has 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which include everything from eliminating poverty to combating climate change, education, women’s equality, environmental protection and inclusive economic growth.
The following survey aims to be a support tool for agricultural cooperatives to know their current contribution to the achievement of the SDG, and also to show in which areas they can make a greater effort to increase that contribution. Once it has been carried out, it can be downloaded:
- A self-diagnosis report on the contribution of the cooperative to the achievement of the SDG and concrete recommendations to further deepen its commitment to sustainable development.
- A press release based on your responses. You can use this to share with the media, to publish on your website, disseminate to your network…
To perform the self-diagnosis you must log in: