Brazil Subnational SDG Analysis
Sustainable Development Goals Report: Brazil 2030 is a report researched and written by the Pardee Center’s Andrew C. Scott, David K. Bohl, Steve Hedden, Jonathan D. Moyer, and Barry B. Hughes, invited by the United Nations Development Programme (Bureau for Policy Programme Support). In consultation with the UN Country and Regional Offices, the report uses IFs to examine development trends and scenarios, to explore potential futures in Brazil for achieving the SDGs by 2030. Launched in 2015, the SDGs are a series of 17 global goals to reduce poverty, protect the environment, and ensure prosperity for all to 2030. The research will hopefully help steer collective efforts toward achievement of the SDGs in Brazil.