The Czech Republic is strongly committed to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and to the implementation of its 17 Sustainable Development Goals. It represents a comprehensive multilateral response to global challenges, which is anchored in the values of human rights and shared responsibility for the future of our planet.
In the last SDG Index and Dashboards released by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, the Czech Republic ranked 12th.
The Czech Republic plays an active role in international efforts to reach sustainable development goals by implementing its national Strategic Framework Czech Republic 2030 based on the UN’s 2030 Agenda. The sustainable development agenda is coordinated by the Government Council on Sustainable Development chaired by the Vice-Prime Minister and Minister of the Environment. Members of the Council include representatives of ministries, parliament, the private sector, academia, civil society, and regions and municipalities. It is divided into thematic expert committees focusing on topics ranging from socio-economic development, landscape, water, biodiversity, sustainable energy, transport solutions to smart cities, and education.
The Czech Republic aspires to be among the leaders in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals into national policies. In the last SDG Index and Dashboards released by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, The Czech Republic ranked 12th.