Introducing 2030Vision

2030Vision is a partnership between UN Global CompactUNICEFThe New York Academy of SciencesSustainAbilityFauna & Flora InternationalCentre for Global Equality, University of Cambridge Judge Business SchoolBritish CouncilBe He@lthy Be MobileProject Everyone, and founded and chaired by Arm.

Our ambition is to transform the use of technology through Collaboration, Innovation and Implementation, to realise the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals) and unlock the commercial opportunities they offer. 2030Vision welcomes new patrons, partners and supporters to work with us to identify and scale impactful technologies through multi-sector partnerships.

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Did you know ? Introducing 2030Vision

2030Vision - uniting to deliver technology for the Global Goals

In September 2015, more than 190 countries signed up to the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (also referred to as the Global Goals). The Agenda sets out an ambitious vision to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all.

Meeting the Global Goals also offers the greatest business opportunity of our time; with per annum revenue and cost savings of £12tn by 2030.

Achieving the Goals and unlocking the commercial potential will only be possible through collaboration. 2030Vision is such a collaboration. It is a unique, unprecedented and exciting initiative founded to propel technology forward in pursuit of the Goals at the scale we need. Our ambition is to transform the use of technology so that all people can live their lives to their full potential by 2030.

How we work

2030 Vision is designed to foster:

  • Collaboration - to enable understanding of the need and the role of technology for the Global Goals;
  • Innovation - in the design and deployment of technology; and,
  • Implementation - through new partnerships across the globe

What we do

  • Convene cross-sector leaders to raise awareness of the Global Goals, and ways organizations can advance progress to meet them;
  • Deliver independent research showcasing thought-leadership, the role of technology in addressing the Global Goals, and identification of related market opportunities;
  • Connect knowledge, expertise, technologies and resources to identified needs; through new partnerships

The Projection?

380mnew jobs
$12tnin revenue and cost savings per year by 2030
$2.1tnUnlock additional annual revenue for the technology sector in 2030
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Founded and chaired by Arm, the 2030 Vision partners are UN Global Compact, UNICEF, The New York Academy of Sciences, SustainAbility, Fauna & Flora International, Centre for Global Equality, Cambridge Judge Business School, British Council, Be He@lthy Be Mobile and Project Everyone. See our partners page for more information.

The 2030Vision report provides a summary of key opportunities and challenges for digital technology and the Goals, as well as a detailed assessment of each of the 17 Goals.

25-40%Potential amount of reduced waste using smart sensors
300mPeople could be fed from food lost in Africa
1/3rdall food is lost or wasted each year

Global hunger has been on the rise since 2014

Hunger and malnutrition are global issues. Even where there is rarely actual scarcity of food, unhealthy diets and lack of access to nutritious food pose significant health challenges. The majority of undernourished people live in developing or conflict-affected countries. Africa and South-East Asia account for the majority of the world’s hungry and stunted children. 60% of malnourished people in the world live in countries affected by conflict.

smallholder farmers are going to need support from capital and technology to help facilitate a whole generation to change behaviours in crop agriculture in the global south. Marc Diaz, TNC