Interference of Invasive Species on Achieving SDGs in India

S Sandilyan


All the United Nations Member States unanimously adopted the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) proposed by the UN in 2015 in New York City, USA. We are almost in the Ninth year, and it is time to evaluate ourselves on the progress achieved to implement the SDGs. In particular, we need to know more about major challenges such as no poverty, zero hunger, clean water and sanitation, life on land and below water, and climate change.

It is evident that for the past three years, COVID-19 events have redirected the progress to a large extent. However, the UN was not happy with the pre-pandemic day’s progress too. Apparently, the UN asked the member state to gear up the process on a war foot. Pertaining to India, NITI Aayog plays a crucial role in monitoring the progress of the…read more on NOPR