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Welcome to ABM’s resource page for Synods on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Thank you for supporting the world wide commitment to achieve 3 extraordinary things in the next 15 years:
A variety of resources are available below for your diocese to use in preparation for your upcoming Synod. More resources will be uploaded over the coming weeks.
You are invited to present this motion at your upcoming Synod for endorsement by your diocese.
General Synod Motion on the Sustainable Development Goals
You may wish to include the following points to make it actionable by your diocese:
Below is a list of websites that provide a wealth of information on the SDGs and suggestions for how to implement them at local, national, regional and international levels for individuals and institutions alike.
|Official UN Resources|
|Global Goals Website||https://www.globalgoals.org/|
|SDGs in Action App for devices||https://sdgsinaction.com/|
|UN’s Lazy Person’s Guide to Saving the World||https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/takeaction/|
|170 Daily Actions to transform our world||http://www.youneedtoknow.ch/|
|ABM Resources on SDGs|
|ABM Bible Study on Sustainable Development||https://archive.abmission.org/wp-content/uploads/data/Lent/2019/ABM_- _A_Bible_Study_Guide_2019_.pdf|
|Living Marks of Mission: An educational resource exploring faith and sustainable development||https://archive.abmission.org/pages/marks-of-mission- series.html|
|ABM Sustainable Development Goals Resource page||https://archive.abmission.org/pages/sustainable-development.html|
|SDG Poster Series||Please contact ABM for information|
|Australian Coalitions that advocate for and educate about the SDGs|
|Links to news articles on SDGs|
Download a Word .doc copy of the above Resources for Explaining and Implementing the SDGs here.
7 Bible studies that introduce the Global Goals for Sustainable Development through the work of ABM’s partners. Written by Dr Julianne Stewart – Download a copy here