Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2018: World Development Indicators

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The Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2018 is a visual guide to trends, challenges and measuring issues relating to each of the 17 SDGs.

The document includes over 180 maps and graphs presenting data from the World Development Indicators* (WDI) – almost 1,400 indicators that encompass the progress and behavior of 220 economies over recent years in achieving the SDGs.

More specifically, the following ones: Eradicating poverty; eradicating famine; good health and welfare; Quality Education, Gender equality; clean water and sanitation; Affordable energy; decent jobs and economic growth; Industry, innovation and infrastructure; Reduce inequality; Sustainable cities and communities; Responsible consumption and production; Climate action, Life under water; Life on Earth, Peace, justice and strong institutions and Partnership for world development.

The 2018 SDG Atlas aims to reflect the degree of attainment of each goal, including a detailed breakdown of each of them into challenges and more specific goals.

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* “World Bank. 2018. Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2018 : From World Development Indicators. World Bank Atlas. Washington, DC: World Bank. © World Bank. License: CC BY 3.0 IGO.”