With Covid-19 now a factor in our day-to-day lives, the world has become a strikingly different place.
From the way we interact to the way we travel, very few aspects of our lives will remain exactly as they were before.
Supply chains will be reshaped, a slow reemergence of travel will take place, and businesses that we once loved will find themselves either out of business or obsolete.
Scientists have been warning us for decades that climate change would have disastrous consequences, not least in the form of the spreading of infectious diseases. The closer nature and people are, the higher the risk of transference of disease crossing from the natural environment to the human environment.
Join us as we explore each of the UN’s Sustainable Development SDGs and how each one has been impacted by Covid-19. We will do our best to envision the future and how we can use what has happened as an opportunity to make the world a better place, one that is more closely aligned with the 17 different SDGs.
This article is your pillar page, offering you a brief insight into the 17 SDGs and their 169 respective targets.
We will be writing a full report for each of the SDGs in due course.
Each full article will aim to answer: