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Agenda 2030: the 17 Sustainable Development Goals

The commitment of School to contribute to the cultural and scientific development and to the building of the common good
Agenda 2030

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by the United Nations in 2015, is a global plan of action for a more equitable and sustainable future. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that make up the Agenda address the most pressing challenges facing our planet, from poverty to climate change, from hunger to education.

The Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, always attentive to the major issues of our time, has made the 2030 Agenda a strategic reference point for its Third Mission.

The School's commitment is articulated in various concrete actions:

Research: The School promotes research on topics related to the SDGs, favoring the development of innovative and sustainable solutions.

Training: The School offers training and refresher courses on the SDGs, to educate citizens and future professionals on the challenges of global change.

Public engagement: The School organizes events and awareness-raising initiatives on the theme of sustainability, to involve the community and spread the culture of the SDGs.

Collaboration: The School collaborates with public, private and third sector bodies to implement sustainable development projects in the area.