In its 2030 Sustainable Development Strategy (2030 SDS), the Federal Council outlines the priorities it intends to set to implement the 2030 Agenda over the next ten years. The 2030 SDS and the associated 2021–2023 Action Plan were adopted by the Federal Council on 23 June.
2030 Sustainable Development Strategy
The 2030 SDS sets out the guidelines for the Federal Council’s sustainability policy and establishes sustainable development as an important requirement for all federal policy areas. The Strategy now has a timeframe of ten years instead of the usual four. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2030 Agenda) with its 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provides the reference framework.
For more information on the Sustainable Development Strategy, visit the website of the Federal Office for Spatial Development (ARE).