How does Kapas Paduka follow sustainable development goals?

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Sustainable Development Goals 

The goals of this Agenda are prosperity, the earth, and people. Additionally, it aims to promote world peace and greater independence. We acknowledge that ending extreme poverty and all other types of poverty is the largest global challenge and a crucial component of sustainable development. This plan will be put into action by all nations and parties involved, working together. We are determined to repair and preserve our planet while freeing the human race from the tyranny of poverty and desire. We are committed to making the drastic changes that are urgently required to move the globe toward a sustainable and resilient course. We promise to leave no one behind as we set out on this trip together.

We promise to leave no one behind as we set out on this trip together. The 169 targets and 17 Sustainable Development Goals that we are unveiling today show the scope and ambition of this new global agenda. They aim to advance the Millennium Development Goals and finish what they left unfinished. They work for achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls as well as the realisation of everyone’s human rights. They balance the three facets of sustainable development—the economic, social, and environmental—and are indivisible and interwoven.

Over the next 15 years, the goals and targets will inspire action in a number of crucial areas for both mankind and the environment:

In order to ensure that every person can realise their potential in dignity, equality, and a healthy environment, we are committed to putting an end to poverty and hunger in all of its manifestations.

We are committed to preventing the planet from degrading so that it can continue to serve the requirements of the present and future generations. This includes sustainable production and consumption, responsible management of the earth’s natural resources, and urgent action on climate change.

We are committed to making sure that everyone can live happy, prosperous lives and that social, technological, and economic development coexists peacefully with the natural world.

We are committed to promoting societies devoid of fear and violence that are just, inclusive, and at peace. Without peace, there cannot be sustainable development, and without peace, there cannot be sustained development.

We are steadfastly committed to mobilising the resources needed to carry out this Agenda through a revitalised Global Partnership for Sustainable Development, built on a spirit of heightened international solidarity, with the participation of all nations, all stakeholders, and all people.

The Sustainable Development Goals’ connections and integration are essential to ensure that the new Agenda’s goals are achieved. The lives of all people will be significantly improved, and our world will undergo a positive transformation, if we succeed in achieving our goals over the entirety of the Agenda.

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