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New York to be world’s first city to publish its progress on SDGS

by Futures Centre, May 11
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In July, New York will become the world’s first city to publish its progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. It will report to the United Nations the status of its efforts to reach the 17 benchmarks set out to address poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030. The report, known as a Voluntary Local Review, will be published in July during the High-Level Political Forum at the UN headquarters in New York City.

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