Sustainable Development

The SGI promotes the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and sustainable living through community-based non-formal education efforts, awareness-raising activities and other projects in collaboration with UN agencies, NGOs and other faith groups with the shared aim of ensuring our sustainable future.

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SGI-OUNA, Seeds of hope and action panel

Seeds of Hope and Action: Making the SDGs a Reality
Emphasizing the interconnectedness of each individual to each other and its environment, this exhibit focuses on the power of each person to initiate positive change. A joint initiative of SGI and Earth Charter International. Currently available in English. Spanish and Portuguese will be available by the end of March 2021. Learn More

SGI Office for UN Affairs, Mapting app on the Sustainable Development Goals and the SDGs created by SGI and Earth Charter InternationalMapting 
A joint initiative of SGI and the Earth Charter International, this app is an effort to spread awareness of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as well as educating people about the Earth Charter. Learn More

SGI Office for UN Affairs, Restoring Our Humanity exhibition created by SGIRestoring Our Humanity 

This exhibition was produced by SGI jointly with the Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network in response to the first World Humanitarian Summit (WHS), held in Istanbul, Turkey in 2016. It highlights individual and community level initiatives and calls on viewers to reaffirm their global commitment to humanity and work together toward humanistic solutions to the challenges of today, starting in the place where they find themselves now. Download PDF to Learn More

SGI OFfice for UN Affairs, SGI produced film A Quiet Revolution presented by the Earth CharterA Quiet Revolution 
This 30-minute film created by SGI presents three case studies of how individuals in India, Slovakia and Kenya have contributed to solving local environmental problems. Watch Video

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