Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2023
The Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2023 presents interactive storytelling and data visualizations about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. It highlights trends for selected targets within each goal and introduces concepts about how some SDGs are measured.
This globe shows data from the story on SDG 13. Click on the link for this story to find out more!
Explore stories for the 17 SDGs
Progress, challenges in ending extreme poverty
Beyond hunger: A healthy diet for a healthy life
Good health & well-being
The impact of COVID-19 on global health
Rebuilding education systems after COVID-19
Realizing gender equality: A greater challenge with climate change
Clean water & sanitation
Strains on freshwater resources
Affordable & clean energy
Access to universal and sustainable electricity: Meeting the challenge
Decent work & economic growth
Rebuilding economies after COVID-19: Will countries recover?
Industry, innovation & infrastructure
Sustainable transport for a livable future
Progress and setbacks in reducing income inequalities
Sustainable cities & communities
No time to waste: A sustainability challenge for cities
Responsible consumption & production
Responsible use of natural resources: Essential for sustainable growth
From climate science to global action
Life below water
Ending overfishing: An urgent need to protect our oceans
Life on land
Deforestation: Accelerating climate change and threatening biodiversity
Peace, justice & strong institutions
Violence across societies
Partnerships for the goals
Development assistance as a catalyst for progress
The Atlas draws from the World Bank's World Development Indicators database, as well as from a wide variety of relevant data sources, including international organizations, scientists, and other researchers worldwide.
We hope readers will find this fourth edition in the Atlas series engaging and informative, and will be inspired to discover, understand, and visualize progress towards achieving the SDGs, adopted by all member states of the United Nations in 2015.
Check out this video introducing the 2023 SDG Atlas. Tell us what you think on Twitter or at firstname.lastname@example.org.