A detailed examination of the uns sustainable development goals and the shift in governance strategy they represent in september 2015 the united nations general assembly adopted the sustainable development goals as part of the 2030 agenda for sustainable development. The sustainable development goals mark a historic shift for the united nations toward one sustainable development agenda after a long history of trying to integrate economic and social development with environmental sustainability. The sustainable development goals aim to build a universal integrated framework for action that reflects the economic social and planetary complexities of the twenty first century. Governing through goals as emphasized throughout this volume the approach of global governance through goals and the sustainable development goals as a prime example is marked by a number of key characteristics. The sustainable development goals built on and broadened the earlier millennium development goals but they also signaled a larger shift in governance strategies the seventeen goals add detailed content to the concept of sustainable development identify specific targets for each goal and help frame a broader more coherent and
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