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Sustainable Development and Planning X
The United Nations (UN) Agenda 2030 represents the set of strategies for sustainable development approved by the UN in September 2015, divided into a framework of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). All countries are called to plan a national strategy to achieve these interconnected goals. Their achievement will lead the world towards a new path of development and cooperation. For this reason, the Agenda is characterized by three fundamental concepts: universality, integration anddoi:10.2495/sdp180081 fatcat:kz3np6hppfdsbl4wq7mlutayhe