All Countries of the World Have Agreed to Implement
The UN Sustainable Development Goals "By far the most important Movement in the world ever"
entire world, including the United States, has agreed to implement the 17 UN SDGs
and their 169 Targets in their
countries. Developed countries, including the U.S., agreed to help
all the developing countries with their implementation. This means
all 194 countries of the world have committed
to resolve all the significant problems of the world and to have:
World peace, no nuclear weapons, no
militarism and very few
if any terrorist threats
No poverty or
Full employment and guaranteed living incomes
Mitigation of global warming and its
Single-payer heathcare for all with no
co-payment or supplementals
people should insist that our governments implement the SDGs, collaborate with them and help them do it.
PeopleNow.org working with many others had developed the proposed
non-violent, non-partisan, non--hierarchic (no sacred ruler) Global Movement
and Universal Strategic Plan (USP) for a peaceful, prosperous, just,
sustainable world which included 33 dozen action plans in various stages
PeopleNow.org has converted its three dozen Action Plans into SDG Target
Action Plans (TAPs) and is developing about ten additional TAPs all in a
standard format and all living documents in various stages of
development.. Each TAP has many multiple individual Target Actions (TAs).
These TAPS cover about 35% of the SDG 169 Targets in particular the more
Attachment A of theCommon Agendaprovides a Glossary of Terms and Description of the Standard
Numbering System for UN SDG TAPs, SDG TAs and USP Documents.