We’re the ECO BOYS AND GIRLS.
Come join us as we learn about the landmark SDGs!
We hope the ECO BOYS AND GIRLS can entertain children worldwide while also serving to introduce the global landmark SDGs.
These 17 goals promote the environment, social justice and economic growth—all on the foundation of good leadership.
ECO BOYS AND GIRLS
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Lulu Love says, “There are too many poor people on this planet. Sustainable Development Goal 1 is to end poverty in all its forms everywhere.”
Sammy Sun offers, “There is still too much hunger in the world. SDG 2 is to have nutritious food available to all. Supporting farmers and food producers will be key to realizing this goal.”
Lulu Love exclaims, “We all know how important everyone’s health is, well, SDG 3 is to promote healthy living and access to healthcare everywhere in the world, regardless of age.”
Patsy Peace says, “Each of us has spent lots of our time and effort on education, so it should come as no surprise that SDG 4 is to have appropriate quality education available everywhere.”
Lulu Love remarks, “In our travels, we have seen many girls and women being treated unfairly, therefore SDG 5 will be an effort to reach gender equality and empower all girls and women, so they have the same fair treatment and opportunity as boys and men do!”
Ray Recycle adds, “Access to clean water shouldn’t be taken for granted. SDG 6 is to have clean drinking water, as well as good sanitation, which is getting rid of waste water, all around the world.”
Sammy Sun says, “SDG 7 is everyone having sustainable and affordable energy, which are energy types that don’t use up our planet’s resources or harm nature.”
Ray Recycle says, “I’ve got the next one. SDG 8 is to have healthy economic growth, in which each nation experiences positive growth, and good jobs available for all people.”
Ernie Earth adds, “SDG 9 is to have sustainable industrialization and resilient infrastructure, which means that bridges and roads and other structures are to be built wisely and built smart!” ”
Patsy Peace chimes in, “SDG 10 is to have greater equality within nations and among nations, so that there is less difference in wealth between the richest and the poorest, so everyone will have the same opportunity to lead a full life.”
Lulu Love says, “Right now, more than half the people in the world live in cities. SDG 11 is to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe and resilient.”
Ray Recycle says, “I know something about the next goal. SDG 12 is to nurture sustainable production and consumption patterns, which is how we make and use things.”
Ernie agrees and expresses a sense of urgency, “SDG 13 is to properly respond to climate change and its impacts. That means we must use the latest science to make plans on how best to respond and take action immediately.”
“We all really love the ocean,” Lulu Love says. “SDG 14 is to sustainably use the oceans and seas.”
Ernie jumps in, “SDG 15 is to properly care for earth’s lands and to protect its species, both animal and plant.”
Patsy Peace adds, “To promote peace and have universal justice for all people in the world is SDG 16!”
Ernie Earth finishes up with, “SDG 17 is to strengthen global partnerships for sustainable development.”