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Sustainable Development Goals

PRELIMS: Sustainable Development

MAINS: General Studies 3

India played a prominent role in the formulation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 and much of the country’s National Development Agenda is mirrored in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The progress of the world to meet the SDGs largely depends on India’s progress. However, with 17 Goals, 169 Targets and 306 National indicators, the SDGs might be difficult to grasp and understand, and defining and measuring success poses a challenge.

What is Sustainable development?

United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) emphasised the concept of Sustainable development. It means – meet the need of presentation generation without compromising the needs of future generations.

What is Sustainable development?

It is a global action plan for healthy life and wellbeing for all. United Nations adopted Sustainable Development Goals on 2015 mainly to eradicate Poverty and hunger for all. Total 17 Sustainable development goals, 69 Targets and 306 National indicators were integrated and 193 member countries pledged to reach the target by 2030. They are as follows:

SL NOSDG’S
Goal 1NO POVERTY
Goal 2ZERO HUNGER
Goal 3GOOD HEALTH AND WELLBEING
Goal 4QUALITY EDUCATION
Goal 5GENDER EQUALITY
Goal 6CLEAN WATER AND SANITISATION
Goal 7AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY
Goal 8DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Goal 9IDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Goal 10REDUCED INEQUALITIES
Goal 11SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES
Goal 12RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
Goal 13CLIMATE ACTION
Goal 14LIFE BELOW WATER
Goal 15LIFE ON LAND
Goal 16PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS
Goal 17PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS

India and Sustainable Development Goals:

India being one of the leading developing country, plays a vital role in reaching the Sustainable development goals. Its performance are as follows:

Report 2018Report 2019-20Report 2020-21
13 goals16 goals + qualitative analysis on goal 1716 goals + qualitative analysis on goal 17
39 targets54 targets70 targets
62 indicators100 indicators115 indicators
All the states and Ut in India played a crucial role in reaching the goals, targets and indicators.

Goal-wise India results, 2019–20 and 2020–21:

From the above data, we can easily identify that in SDG’s 7 that is AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY India achieved 92% by reaching 61.40% households in using clean cooking fuel – LPG and 99.99% of households have access to electricity. Soon, Indian will reach 100% in SDG 7. It achieved 83% in SDG 6 by reaching HOUSEHOLD WITH TOILETS 100% in Rural areas and 97.22% in Urban areas. 95.5% of households have improved source of drinking water, 97.43% of schools have separate toilet for girls, 87.62% of polluting industries comply with central pollution control board norms for waste water treatment.

In sustainable development goals 3, 10, 11, 12, 15 and 16 India crossed more than 67% and soon it will reach to 85% in these goals.

In sustainable development goals 2 (Zero Hunger) and goal 5 (Gender Equality) it achieved only 47% and 48%, because in SDG 2 50.3% of pregnant women aged between 15 – 49 years are anaemic, 33.40% children aged 0-4 years are underweighting even today. 34.7% children aged under five in India are stunted and 40.5% children between 6 – 59 months are anaemic. In SDG 5, India is lagging behind, 8.32% of seats in the state legislative assemblies are held by women, 17.5% female labour force participation rate and 896 females per 1000 males.

India is a hub of domestic violence and sexual crime against girl child, even Government introduced BETI BACHAO BETI PADAO programme but it wasn’t successful up to the mark.

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