Bramidan hovedkontor i Danmark

Bramidan works targeted with
the UN's world goals

We have been selected to be part of SDG Accelerator 2019 for small and medium-sized companies in Denmark.

What does SDG Accelerator mean?

SDG Accelerator is a UNDP programme, which aims to accelerate the innovative work of small and medium-sized Danish companies with the UN's world goals.

In 2015, all UN member countries agreed on 17 goals that list the world's greatest environmental, economic and social challenges. In the efforts to reach the 17 world goals, the private sector plays a crucial role.

Bramidan wants to make a difference

Together with the project partners, we will develop and use the World Goals as a lever for new innovation during 2019. This work is meant to inspire and highlight how the new global agenda for sustainable development can be used - both to the benefit of our business and in the achievement of the World Goals.

Goal 1 - No Poverty

The abolition of all forms of poverty remains one of the greatest challenges for humanity.

Goal 2 - Zero hunger

Extreme hunger and malnutrition is still a huge barrier to many developing countries.

Goal 3 - Good health and well-being

In spite of incredible progress, more than 6 million children die annually before they reach the age of five.

Goal 4 - Quality education

Achieving high-quality education for all and promoting lifelong learning opportunities is important for sustainable development.

Goal 5 - Gender equality

Removing discrimination against women and girls is a fundamental human right, but also important for several areas of development.

Goal 6 - Clean water and sanitation

Water shortage is a problem for more than 40% of the world's population. Lack of clean drinking water affects everyone.

Goal 7 - Affordable and clean energy

There is a need for a significant increase in the production of renewable energy worldwide. Every fifth person lacks access to electricity.

Goal 8 - Decent work and economic growth

We must promote economic growth through higher productivity and technological breakthroughs for workers in all countries.

Goal 9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Technological development can provide lasting solutions to both economic and environmental challenges.

Goal 10 - Reduced inequalities

We must strengthen the lowest income groups and promote the economic involvement of all social groups, regardless of gender, race or ethnicity.

Goal 11 - Sustainable cities and communities

Rising population in urban areas necessitates changing the way we build and manage our urban space.

Goal 12 - Responsible consumption and production

We must avoid pollution of nature by changing the way we produce and consume our goods and resources.

Goal 13 - Climate action

Global warming causes long-lasting changes in our climate system, which threatens irreversible consequences.

Goal 14 - Life below water

The oceans drive the global ecosystems that make the Earth habitable. We must protect the oceans and coastal ecosystems.

Goal 15 - Life on land

Our life is as dependent on the earth as on the sea in relation to our nutrition and our livelihood.

Goal 16 - Peace, justice and strong institutions

Human rights, peace, stability and effective rule-based governance are important to all.

Goal 17 - Partnerships for the goals

The World Goals for sustainable development can only be achieved with strong global commitment and cooperation.

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