Meeting the UN's Global Goals village by village

village in Nepal with flowers in foregroundIn 2015, world leaders agreed to establish 17 goals to achieve a better world by 2030. An end to poverty and hunger. Clean water and energy. Gender equality and decent work. Together, they are called the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development. And when they’re met, it's remarkable. Arizona State University faculty members working on projects that fulfill the goals have seen it in places stretching from Pakistan to Pacific islands. ASU Now profiled three projects advancing these UN Sustainable Development Goals that are led by sustainability scientists from the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability: Netra Chhetri, Clark Miller and Laura Hosman. Read the full story.