The World Bank, through the generous support of the Partnership Fund for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG Fund), has recently published the Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2020. This is a digital Atlas that presents interactive storytelling and data visualizations about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals across the world.
While also highlighting trends for selected targets within each goal and introducing concepts about how some SDGs are measured. Where data is available, the Atlas also highlights the emerging impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the SDGs.
The Atlas draws from the World Bank’s World Development Indicators database, as well as from a wide variety of relevant data sources from scientists and other researchers worldwide.
We hope readers will find the World Bank’s third edition in the Atlas series engaging and informative, and will be inspired to discover, understand and visualize progress towards achieving the SDGs.
You can visit the atlas here
The Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2020 was produced by the Development Economics Data Group (DECDG) of the World Bank, in collaboration with various units across the World Bank. The Partnership Fund for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG Fund) provided generous financial support.
The publication was prepared by a team led by Ana Florina Pirlea, Divyanshi Wadhwa, and Andrew Whitby, with editorial guidance from Matthew Welch under the management of Umar Serajuddin and the overall direction of Haishan Fu. Data visualizations were produced by Maarten Lambrechts, Yaryna Serkez, Jan Willem Tulp, and Elbert Wang.
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