The Region is committed to implementing the SDGs
With its 40,000 employees and DKK 39 billion budget, the Capital Region of Denmark is responsible for the running and development of Denmark's largest healthcare system. And together with others we develop the Region with respect to environment, traffic, education and social issues.
That is why we have a special responsibility for solving many of the challenges addressed by the SDGs and can make a significant difference by pushing the Region and its surroundings into a more sustainable direction.
In the Capital Region of Denmark, we are already making a great effort to realising the SDGs. And we will continue to do so. At the same time, we use the SDGs to promote sustainable development by 2030.
In this way, we focus our efforts on providing the Capital Region of Denmark with a coherent healthcare system at international top level and a green and innovative metropole with sustainable growth and a high quality of life.
Read the Region's agenda for action for the SDGs
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
In September 2015, the UN's 193 member states adopted a new 2030 agenda for sustainable development. It consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets. The goals focus on the many challenges we need to solve by 2030 in order to create a better and more sustainable world.
Read more about the SDG's
Emilie Rønde Nielsen
Phone: +45 20 59 88 66