Indicators for monitoring sustainable development goals17 sustainable development goals

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The UN General Assembly has adopted 17 sustainable development goals (SDG), subdivided into 169 targets for 2015-2030. They are to be monitored according to an initial list of 244 indicators.

These goals and targets make up a common roadmap for all States for the transition towards sustainable development. Consultation will soon begin, under the aegis of the National Council for Statistical Information (CNIS), to put forward appropriate indicators for monitoring implementation of the SDGs at national level.

To achieve this, statistical indicators already available at national level for the 244 international indicators, in an exact or approximate version, have been identified and collected within the Official Statistical Service (SSP), the Banque de France and the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs.

Goal 17: Partnerships for implementing goalsIndicators for monitoring sustainable development goals

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Indicators:

  • Share of net public development aid in the Gross National Income
  • Distribution of net official development aid to the less developed countries
  • Proportion of individuals with broadband in their home
  • Proportion of individuals connecting to Internet in the last three months
  • Macroeconomic dashboard:
    • Annual GDP growth rate in volume
    • GDP per capita in volume
    • General government balance
    • Consolidated general government gross debt (Debt notified at nominal value)
    • Household consumption expenditure
    • Household gross disposable income
    • Gross fixed capital formation
    • Balance of trade in goods and services
    • Total number of hours worked
    • Hourly labour productivity

Pour comprendre

In September 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda establishing 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and 169 targets for 2015-2030. There are three main objectives: to fight inequality, exclusion and injustice; to tackle climate change, and to wipe out poverty. These goals and targets are not legally binding on States but merely form a common roadmap for the transition towards sustainable development.

In March 2017, the United Nations Statistical Commission approved a list of 244 indicators relating to the sustainable development goals and targets to be achieved by 2030. This framework of indicators, intended primarily for monitoring the SDGs worldwide, will be revised in 2020 and 2025 in order to take methodological developments and production capacities into account.

Every year, the UN Secretary General will prepare an annual report on progress with a global overview of the SDGs. States are also invited to produce national reports, which will focus on their own national monitoring indicators.

In France, the Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity Transition and the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs coordinate and support the implementation of the SDGs.

In addition to this political guidance, INSEE coordinates statistical work on the indicators for global, regional and national monitoring.

At national level, in conjunction with the publication by the French General Commission for Sustainable Development of a report on the SDGs in 2016, INSEE carried out a census of producers of official statistics to gauge the feasibility and availability of the statistical indicators in France.

As a result of this census, an initial list was produced of indicators available at national level, in an exact or approximate version of the indicators required at international level.

Consultation will soon begin under the aegis of the CNIS to select the relevant indicators for monitoring SDG implementation at national level and to propose additional indicators where necessary.

Report of the United Nations Inter-Agency and Expert Group on SDG Indicators:

The revised list of world indicators for the Sustainable Development Goals is available on pages 15 to 39 of the report below.

Download the report (PDF).