The International Council for Science has published a report that explores the nature of interlinkages between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). It is based on the premise that a science-informed analysis of interactions across SDG domains can support more coherent and effective decision-making, and better facilitate follow-up and monitoring of progress. The fundamental underlying principle vertebrating the research is that all SDG interact with one another. In other words, by design they are an integrated set of global priorities and objectives that are fundamentally interdependent.
Policymakers, practitioners and scientists working at the global, regional, national and local levels on implementing or supporting the implementation of the SDG are the intended audience for this report.
Here you can read the SDG Guide to Interactions