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The Sustainable Development Goals were adopted by the UN member states in 2015 and consist of 17 goals and 169 targets. The Sustainable Development Goals address the global challenges within environmental, economic and social development. It is the common global plan up to 2030 for a sustainable development(A/RES/70/1).
The platform comprise the available Sustainable Development Goals Indicators, established by the UN for comparison at the global level, for Norway.
1. No poverty
There is no official definition of poverty in Norway. This must be illustrated indirectly by means of related indicators. The proportion of people with persistent low incomes is one such indirect indicator that indicates the proportion of the population living in households with relatively low incomes over time. It does not have to mean that they are poor, but rather that they have an increased risk of poverty. For more information see the metadata document at the bottom of the page.
Target 1.5: Build resilience to environmental, economic and social disasters
2. Zero hunger
3. Good health and well-being
Source:Births, Statistics Norway
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
Target 11.2: Affordable and sustainable transport systems
This is a ratio between urban growth and population growth. If the number is 1 then the urban area growth is as large as the population growth.
If above 1, the area growth is greater than the population growth (this can be interpreted as undesirable development). If below 1, then the area growth is less than the population growth (this can be interpreted as a desired development).