In 2015, the international community made key commitments for the future of our planet: The 2030 Agenda, whose achievement is essential to the preservation of the environment and the dignity of every human being. To answer this call and make the Sustainable Development Goals understandable to everyone, three associations-ACTED, Convergences and Gawad Kalinga have started the 3Zero initiative.
Its ambition : the co-construction of a future whose main challenges are based on three major pillars – the end of inequalities and discrimination, the urgent fight against climate change, and the eradication of extreme poverty. These imperatives are reflected in the 3Zero message- Žero Exclusion, Zero Carbon, Zero Poverty.
It is both a modest and ambitious contribution, proposing a reading of the SDGs, and a unifying message calling for collective and individual action. At a time when the environmental and economic crises are pushing many people into precariousness and tending to exclude them from the social sphere, we invite you to seize this opportunity to reinvent a society on a human scale, a society in which the values of inclusion and solidarity will be paramount and will guide us towards the necessary change in our modes of consumption and production.
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Beyond international decision-makers, we must all work together, as citizens, local decision-makers, producers and consumers, to build a Zero Exclusion, Zero Carbon, Zero Poverty world. Time is short: it is urgent and necessary to act together to bring about change in our societies and push back the limits of our respective commitments.