The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN/SDGs) are a set of target relating to future international development. They are created by the United Nations and promoted as the Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
The SDG's replaced the Millennium Development Goals that expired at the end of 2015. They run from 2015 to 2030 to 2050.
The SDGs set out to achieve three key things;
1. End Extreme Poverty.
2. Fight Inequality and Injustice.
3. Fix Climate Change.