United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

​​​The United Nations defines sustainable development as “meetin​g the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs.” But what does that really mean?

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals show us what true sustainability is and Dallas College is committed to supporting these goals. They serve as a roadmap that enables us to envision our destination, a world in which we enjoy:

  • Social sustainability
  • Environmental sustainability
  • Economic sustainability
Goal 1: No Poverty, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 2: Zero Hunger, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 3: Good Health And Well-Being, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 4: Quality Education, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 5: Gender Equality, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 6: Clean Water, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 7: Affordable Clean Energy, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 8: Decent Work, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 9: Infrastructure, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 11: Sustainable Communities, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 12: Responsible Consumption, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 13: Climate Action, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 14: Life Below Water, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 15: Life on Land, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 16: Justice, the text of this infographic is listed below  
Goal 17: Partners for These Goals, the text of this infographic is listed below