The Global Sustainability Agenda

In 2015, the United Nations adopted the Global Sustainability Agenda - The 2030 Agenda.

The 2030 Agenda serves as a catalog of measures aimed at making global development socially, ecologically and economically sustainable - towards a world at peace and without poverty.

In its broad outlines, the 2030 Agenda is composed of fice core themes known as the "five P's": People - Planet - Prosperity - Peace - Partnership.

The 17 Goals for Sustainable Development

The measures and goals of the 2030 Agenda are formulated in concrete terms in the form of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Each individual SDG represents a theme of sustainable development.

SDG 4 "Quality education" stands for inclusive, equitable and quality education and lifelong learning for all people. In this context, education for Sustainable Development (ESD) represents the core value of SDG 4 and is thus a key factor for the entire 2030 Agenda. However, ESD not only represents the core value for SDG 4, but also contributes to the achievement of all other SDGs.


In its broad outlines, the 2030 Agenda is composed of five core themes: People, planet, prosperity, peace and partnership. With the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the global community has set goals for socially, economically and ecologically sustainable development.

ESD and SDGs are closely intertwined. They are mutually dependent.

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