According to United Nations General Assembly 2015, Seventeen inter linked global goals were designed to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”. These 17 Goals are (1.No Poverty 2.Zero Hunger 3.Good Health and Well-being 4.Quality Education 5.Gender Equality 6.Clean Water and Sanitation 7.Affordable and Clean Energy 8.Decent work and Economic Growth 9.Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure 10.Reduced Inequalities 11.Sustainable Cities and Communities 12. Responsible Consumption and Production 13.Climate Action 14.Life below Water 15.Life on Land 16.Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions 17. Partnerships for the Goals). The State/District and Union Territories play a pivotal role in the achievement of SDGs targets at national level it the nodal agency for coordinating and monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals. The SDGs framework specifically targets ending some key issues related to these goals in all forms, it involves the process of adapting, planning, implementing and monitoring the SDGs from national to local level. Bihar, India’s third most populous and most densely populated state in the country and it is also one of the most resource rich lands. But what it can strengthen is human capital that depends on a healthy and skilled population across all socio-economic groups and across all regions within the state. Our organization works in the close partnership with widest possible range of similar think tanks.
Sustainable Development Report across the Global
Division for Sustainable Development Goals
Sustainable Development Goals Govt. of India
Annual Report Govt. of India
Smart Cities Mission is to make financial growth and improve the quality of life. The objective of the smart cities mission is to develop comprehensive and sustainable citizen friendly cities enhancing the quality of life of the citizens. The focus of smart city in India is on investing in infrastructure and development of cities bringing them at the same level as global smart cities. The focus of Smart City development in India is not on developing green-field cities but on the development of urban ecosystem well-represented as physical, institutional, economic and social infrastructure development.
Smart City Development Solutions
The solutions as part of Smart Cities Mission are aimed at achieving inclusive development. Some of these solutions are:
- Its Mission is to make availability of easy to access transportation options.
- Mission is to provide and promote mixed use of land.
- Smart cities mission is to develop open and recreational spaces.
- Its mission is to expand excellent housing opportunities.
- Its mission is to Inclusive growth and sustainable development
- Its mission is also to support flawless integration of compact areas with the neighbouring areas.