Bio-ecological Garden & Sustainable Development Goals
The intention of the current project is to participate in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) within the scope of our activities and areas.
Before the opening of the buildings in 2023, certain goals will be defined so that we can actively participate in the implementation of the SDGs.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is the new frame of reference for the approach towards global sustainable development. It was unanimously adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015.
What are the goals for sustainable development?
The sustainable development programme and the seventeen goals that go with it are expected to form an ambitious operational plan for the international community until 2030.
The 17 SDGs are integrated - recognising the fact that interventions in one area will influence outcomes in other areas and that this development should balance social, economic and environmental aspects.
They are designed as universal signposts in order to create a viable world, i.e. a world based on ideas of harmony with nature, prosperity, peace, and partnership.
Agriculture plays a key role in the creation of a healthy world and a sustainable society. The principles of sustainable agriculture include climate-resistant practices, organic farming, biodynamic farming, and permaculture.
Permaculture has developed into a valuable system whose numerous possibilities of application can solve problems in the areas of sustainability and education.
The project of the sector "Bio-ecological Garden" is particularly interested in the implementation of the following SDGs:
Alignment with sustainable development goals
SDG 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.
Contribution to the conservation of ecosystems.
Biodiversity of seeds, plants, and animals, especially wild species.
SDG 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
Contribution to sustainable production practices.
SDG 15: Protect, restore, and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems.
Promotion of biodiversity and nature conservation.
Restoration of the wild flora and fauna by humans as regeneration agents.
Connections between humanity and nature.
Composting and the creation of organic material.