The San Diego State University Sustainable Development Goals Tracking Dashboard contains data on changes over time visualizing SDG indicators, the future of the SDGs amidst Covid-19, as well as calculations for trajectories until 2030. To assess and monitor the 17 Global Goals, at MOC-LLAB we will employ the SDGs City Indicator Index towards social, economic, and environmental well-being. Addressing the interconnected challenges of the SDGs requires transformative change.
At MOC-LLAB we reconsider how societies function, how economies flow, and how we interact with our planet to build equitable, inclusive, and sustainable environments. Our team will apply rankings and indicators as guides, support, and a call to action in order to accelerate actions to achieve inclusive and sustainable cities for all.
At MOC-LLAB a network of researchers, knowledge creators and thought leaders are working together to mobilize expertise on the SDGs in southern California and the Baja California Mexico region. The MOC-LLAB has over 30+ multidisciplinary members from the United State of America (San Diego County and Imperial County), and Mexico (Mexicali, Tijuana, and Tecate). International thought leaders from around the world. Cities throughout the world are learning from each other as they integrate the SDGs into existing planning processes, address data and communication gaps created by bureaucracy, and provide leadership on understanding and addressing local needs towards long-term, large scale change.