“Right now the U.N. [Post-2015] process is a little bit like going into a very expensive restaurant, and you get this menu, but there are no prices. So you have no idea what you’re signing up for. You have no idea what’s really good and what’s not,” Bjorn Lomborg, president of the CCC, told IPS.
As the world moves beyond the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and into the Post-2015 Development Agenda, member states will need to decide which goals to focus on and the best way to approach these challenges. The current list contains about 1,400 goals, ranging from poverty eradication to disease mitigation.
Author: Jonathan Rozen