ISSUE 02 | The 1,000 Day Challenge

This issue is all about scoring goals. Not goals at the World Cup, but the most important goals of our time – the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. June 23rd marks 1,000 days since the 17 global goals were agreed upon by 193 nations. This issue takes stock and draws conclusions on the current state of the SDGs. We have digested over 70 reports and 47 Voluntary National reviews and provide you with a global overview of what the governments and politicians have been or have not been doing over the last 1,000 days. The result is depressing: The 17 goals are not on track to be met. The question is then, what and who should be the real game changers?

Special offer €2/day

Full access to in-depth guides, leader interviews, real solutions, and back issues.

Join today
CHALLENGE OF THE WEEK

Business Leaders Have to Score the Global Goals

Join the world’s most important football game, expand your markets and build a sustainable future.


GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

How to Make this Map Green?

193 Nations, 17 Global Goals, 1,000 days: What have the politicians achieved since the adoption of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals?


MARKET STRATEGY

Your Guide to the African Market

Part one of our analyses of the world's regions focuses on five African subregions. Next week the EU region.


SUSTAINABLE DISRUPTION

What Were the Disruptors of the Last 1,000 Days?

Take a look of what disrupted the world the past 1,000 days. What will be next in the 1,000 days to come?


KLIMA100 SERIES

Cities can deliver 40% of the Paris targets

SPONSORED: Realdania & Sustainia proves how local communities and municipalities pave the way for new market opportunities.


WHAT LEADERS SAY ABOUT US


“The Sustainian is an important market guide for many of our market managers and could be an integrated part of our leadership programs.”

– Mads Nipper, CEO, Grundfos



“The Sustainian moves us forward at a very different level than we’ve done before. It has a very important role to play… to bring partnerships together, share best practices, and help each other with the challenges we will face along the way.”

– Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever