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Global Goals. Local Leaders.

Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals requires powerful collaborations between all sectors of society, but particularly, through local leadership is that we can propel powerful synergies to move forward. It is up to us, at our homes, our work spaces and neighborhoods to transform the world by 2030.

Monthly U.N. Info Sessions

Interested in the work of the United Nations & its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?

Join us every month in our virtual United Nations Info Sessions “UN INFO SESSION” that highlight how the UN’s work relates directly to our communities. Explore how the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are localized within San Diego County as businesses, nonprofit and grassroots organizations are aligning their services and products with the SDGs framework.

For information on our upcoming UN INFO SESSION please visit our Facebook Events page.

Past U.N. Info Sessions

April 2021: U.N. Info Session: Building a Fairer, Healthier World #EarthDay​ #WorldHealthDay

Each year, on April 7 and April 22 respectively, countries around the world celebrate World Health Day and Earth Day which are events dedicated towards focusing worldwide attention on critical global health issues and important aspects of environmental protection. This U.N. Info Session we will have a conversation with Champions for Health, Cleveland National Forest Foundation and I Love a Clean San Diego to explore the connections between health and the environment.

The organization hosts frequent clean-up events to remove trash and debris from San Diego’s creeks, canyons, and coasts, and also sponsors programs and workshops that help community members focus on environmental sustainability and zero-waste practices. Together, these three organizations promote the missions of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development goals which include good health and wellbeing, reduced inequalities, climate action, life below water, affordable and clean energy, and sustainable cities and communities.