SDGs: responses to the zero draft text

6th November 2015
The Sustainable Development Summit at the end of Septmeber finally adopted the Agenda for Sustainable Development, which includes the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and tackle climate change by 2030.Since the publication of the zero draft text of the Sustainable Development Goals in June, we've been compiling a series of responses to the text from contributors to the Eldis blog focussing on specific goals or key aspects of the text and process. Contributions so far include:The question of how progress against the new goals will be measured and governments held accountable (and by who) is generating lots of interesting discussion. You can find more on this in our coverage of the recent Cartagena Data Festival and read a detailed introduction to the issues with respect to Gender in our newly updated Gender and Indicators Key Issues Guide.If you would like to contribute your views, please get in touch with our editorial team via the contact us page.