Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

SDSN / the Bertelsmann Stiftung

SDG Index and Dashboards Report

The SDG Index and Dashboards Report provides a report card for country performance on the historic Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
SDG Index Germany

Rank: 4 (of 156 countries)
Score: 82.3

Rank: 6 (of 157 countries)
Score: 81.7

High-level Political Forum, United Nations

Voluntary National Review 2016

Germany .:. Sustainable Development Knowledge Platform
The adoption of “Transforming our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” was a milestone in the recent history of the United Nations. This comprehensive agenda is a reflection of the conviction that global challenges can only be tackled through concerted efforts; efforts that must be based on systematic application of the principle of sustainable development across all policy areas and in every country. The international community has made a clear statement that resolute action must be taken to achieve a transformation towards sustainable development. Global and universally applicable sustainable development goals (SDGs) point to how we can achieve poverty reduction, an improvement in living conditions worldwide, and the protection of our planet.

Sustainable development means assuming responsibility – both for the present and for future generations, nationally and internationally. To make this happen, the agenda calls for governments, the economy and society to change and take action at global, regional and national level to ensure sustainability. Germany committed to ambitious implementation of the agenda from the very outset and has already taken some first important steps towards putting it into practice at national level.

SDGs Germany

Jump-starting the SDGs in Germany: natural resources and sustainable consumption and production