So, too, will sustainability, which, like the digital revolution, will create new value and development and pervade all we do. Let's take you to the detailed blog#ThinkWithNiche
With the adoption of the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals in 2015, India joined 192 other member countries. (SDGs). The SDGs contain goals such as eliminating poverty, preserving the environment, and ensuring that all people live in peace and prosperity by 2030.
With a population of 1.3 billion, India has failed to meet these objectives, placing 120th out of 17 projects, below Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka.
India's communities confront several structural difficulties as a result of many socio-economic efforts, ranging from educational disparities to access to public health. As it works to meet the UN's goal, India needs financial and policy help from the government, as well as from the corporate and charity sectors.
Financing news, on the other hand, is encouraging: private financing will grow by 23% in 2020 over the previous year.
Many Indian communities have devised answers to India's numerous challenges, such as an eco-friendly surf school, a manufacturer of self-learning tools for more accessible education, and a revitalizer of public spaces utilising recycled materials as playground equipment.
As you read on, we'll introduce you to three innovative organisations that are leading SDG initiatives and spreading inspiring messages around the world: how environmental passion inspires ideas that are both entertaining and educational, how technology bridges learning gaps, and how innovative design thinking ignites sustainable solutions.