Entornointeligente.com / Climate change and loss of biodiversity is seen as the most pressing challenge over the decade, according to the World in 2030 Survey repor t published on Wednesday by the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ( UNESCO ).
More than 15,000 people worldwide contributed to the survey, which was held online between May and September 2020, and made available in 25 languages.
Last year we asked 15,000 people across the globe on what they think are the main global challenges in the World in 2030. We have the full survey results now!
Read the survey report here & see what people think of the #WorldIn2030 ! ➡️ https://t.co/8S6iCRDNRh #Agenda2030 pic.twitter.com/7mEZkFRSzk
— UNESCO 🏛️ #Education #Sciences #Culture 🇺🇳😷 (@UNESCO) March 30, 2021 Respondents were mainly young people, with 57 per cent under age 35, and 35 per cent under 25. Results also were analyzed along regional, gender, age and other demographic lines.
“Greater efforts are needed to address people’s specific concerns, and multilateralism is the way to do this. Restoring confidence in multilateralism requires the implementation of concrete and impactful projects, and this is at the heart of our Organization’s role”, said Audrey Azoulay, the UNESCO Director-General.
LINK ORIGINAL: UN News