Take the Quiz: How much do you know about the SDGs?
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17Goals Quiz - Level 1
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These ten questions concern just the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, and they do not go into the underlying Targets. Click on “Check” after each question to see the correct answer. Your results will be displayed at the end. If you score 8 out of 10 or better, you graduate! If you don’t … well, we suggest you retake the quiz!
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Question 1 of 10
First question! And it is an easy one, just to get you started … How many Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been agreed to, by all the world’s nations, as part of the 2030 Agenda?Correct
Great, so far so good! There was quite a lot of debate about how many goals there should be. Some prominent leaders claiming that anything more than 10 was “too many for anybody to remember.” But the vast majority of the world’s countries insisted that all 17 were necessary. They took a whole-systems view.Incorrect
Um, this question is kind of basic. Why don’t you back up and start over! (The answer is 17.)
Look at the website logo.
Question 2 of 10
Each SDG is supported by a set of Targets — specific objectives that are associated with that Goal. How many Targets are there in total?Correct
You’ve done your homework! Keep going …Incorrect
169 is a lot of Targets, we know … but hey, it’s a big world.
It’s almost ten times the number of goals …
Question 3 of 10
Goal 1 is about poverty. What is the aim of this Goal?Correct
Who would want to settle for anything less?Incorrect
“Leave no one behind” is a key message throughout the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Goal 1 is about ending poverty, in all its forms, everywhere in the world.
Question 4 of 10
Goal 17 is about strengthening the “means of implementation” and revitalizing the “Global Partnership” for realizing all the other Goals. Which of the following is not part of Goal 17?Correct
That would certainly be a nice idea, but you’re right: it is not formally part of the SDGs.Incorrect
Goal 17 absolutely does include this!
Question 5 of 10
In the 2030 Agenda, Sustainable Development Goal #13, on climate change, has an “ * ” (asterisk) after it. Why?Correct
Let’s hope Paris 2015 turns out to be very successful!Incorrect
Fortunately, that is not the situation.
Question 6 of 10
Which of the following is not part of the Sustainable Development Goals?Correct
Wifi for everyone would be great … but you’re right, it is not part of the SDGs!Incorrect
Water, energy, and jobs for all are included in the SDGs … but not Internet for all.
Question 7 of 10
Equality issues are specifically mentioned in how many of the Sustainable Development Goals (not including the targets)?Correct
Well done! You’ve read the Goals carefully. Even though every Goal can be said to have an equality dimension, only Goals 4, 5, and 10 explicitly mention this important aspect of sustainable development. (At the level of targets, equity and/or equality issues are mentioned in nine of the other Goal topics.)Incorrect
Tricky question, we know! But if you read carefully, you’ll find that only Goals 4, 5, and 10 explicitly mention this important aspect of sustainable development, as part of the Goal statement. (At the level of targets, equity and/or equality issues are mentioned in nine of the other Goal topics.)
Question 8 of 10
Which of the following is not part of Goal 15, on ecosystems?Correct
The SDGs make no mention of this topic.Incorrect
The SDGs make no mention of genetic engineering or biotechnology.
Question 9 of 10
Which of the following is not true about the SDGs?Correct
You have understood the situation correctly: the SDGs are a voluntary agreement among nations and do not have the force of international law. That means that they will only happen if all of us work to make them happen.Incorrect
Here is the “catch” with the SDGs: they are a voluntary agreement among nations and do not have the force of international law. That means that they will only happen if all of us work to make them happen.
Question 10 of 10
Last question! What can individuals do to help realize the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals?Correct
Congratulations! You understand the Goals … and the challenge of working to achieve them. Now would be a good time to visit the 17Goals Tools and Resources page. Find something you can start doing, to help turn the SDGs into reality … and do it!Incorrect
That’s true … but so are all the other answers! The correct answer is “All of the above … and more”. What can you do to help make the SDGs happen?
Goal 1/Goal 2/Goal 3/Goal 4/Goal 5/Goal 6/Goal 7/Goal 8/ Goal 9/Goal 10/Goal 11/Goal 12/Goal 13/Goal 14/Goal 15/Goal 16/Goal 17
Looking forward to working on the 17 goals with other partners.
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