COVID-19 has exposed critical flaws in Sustainable Development Goals | CIHEAM Press Review |

The UN should ‘reset’ the Sustainable Development Goals for the new COVID-19 economy, according to two leading scientists.

Two-thirds of the UN sustainable development goals (SDGs) are unlikely to be achieved due to the COVID-19 pandemic, therefore, “it’s time to rethink sustainable pathways for our planet.”  argue Robin Naidoo and Brendan Fisher in a new commentary published on 6 July in the journal Nature.