Three Dimensions Of Sustainable Development

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In the present age, along with the development of society, a growing number of problems are brought to our attention. Therefore, the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are in comprehensive way to solve the problems on the three dimensions of sustainable development: society, economy and environment from 2015 to 2030, which agreed by the 193 member states of the United Nations. These 17 goals would aim to reduce poverty and increase well-being, without destroying the earth. It is undeniable that these 17 goals play an important role in improving social current situation. Within these 17 goals, the essay would focus on discussing two sustainable development goals which are Goal 1 (No Poverty) and Goal 4 (Quality Education). For one thing, quality education means that everyone can gain inclusive and equitable education which aims to promote people access to lifelong learning opportunities (United Nations,2016). Attaining high quality education is the foundation for improving people’s lives and achieving sustainable development. For another, poverty is not only a person who lacks of income and resources cause difficult to maintain a livelihood, but also it refers to people who are hungry, malnourished, unable to receive the quality education or other fundamental public services and being discriminated by the society or the inability to participate in decision-making in long term (United Nations,2016). Then, no poverty is to eliminate all forms of poverty around the
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