Description of the
Universal Strategic Plan and Global Movement to
Prepare Target Action Plans for All UN SDG
And Prepare for Their
The entire world, including the United States, has agreed to implement the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their 169 Targets in their countries. Developed countries, including the U.S., have agreed to help all the developing countries with their implementation. This means all the countries of the world will resolve all the significant issues/problems of the world and we will have:
- World peace, no nuclear weapons, no violence and very few if any terrorist threats
- No poverty or hunger
- Full employment and guaranteed living incomes
- Limit increase in global warming/climate change and mitigate their adverse effects
- Healthcare and well-being for all
- Rights and civil liberties for all in particular women
- Quality childcare and lifelong education and training
- Clean, renewable energy
- Resilient Infrastructure
- Worker inclusive co-ops
- Wealth equality within and between countries
- Inclusive, safe resilient, cities, settlements and housing
- Clean, healthy, oceans and abundant sea life
- Healthy terrestrial ecosystems
- Good governance and strong institutions
- And, much more
Millions of people and thousands of organizations in the public and private sectors are working on the above all over the world. However, we are not yet collaborating and working together from a common strategy and plans nearly well enough, the allocated funding is insufficient and there are massive problems some of which are outlined below. The USP provides solutions to all these problems.
In her article Reading I.F. Stone on Earth Day, Naomi Klein states: "What I.F. Stone saw clearly, and what bears repeating four and half decades later, is that the ecological movement will get nowhere if it fails to connect the dots with other overlapping crises facing our society, from racism to militarism to inequality".
Key features and strategies of The Universal Strategic Plan to Prepare Target Action Plans (TAPs) for All UN SDG Targets And Prepare for their Implementation:
Attachment A of the Common Agenda of TAPS provides a Glossary of Terms and Description of the Standard Numbering System for SDG TAPs, SDG TAs and USP Documents. Each section of every document is uniquely numbered making it easier to recommend changes and edit
Appropriate TAPs from those originally developed for the U.S. will be replicated and modified for use in parallel plans in cities, states, other nations, the United Nations and its related organizations. Lessons learned and better ways to implement the TAPs will be fed back into all TAPs as applicable
The items in the Menu to the left may be used as needed
It shows where the funding will come from to provide the up-front, surge funding recommended by George Soros to get the poor, refugees, immigrants, unemployed etc. self-sufficient as rapidly as possible. Otherwise, many unnecessary deaths will occur and costs will be much higher.
Recognizes that the hoarding of wealth and arable land by a tiny percentage of individuals and corporations is the primary cause of poverty, starvation, preventable deaths, hunger, etc. in this world of plenty.
Provides "very substantial educational and organizational activities ... directed substantially toward developing a popular movement that will not fade away” as recommended by Noah Chomsky.
Educational activities include building the Global Factual Information and Education Program and utilizing other on line resources in particular Wikipedia and on the job training (OJT)
Organizational activities include building the Global Matrix Network (GMN) which will help develop the Massive Global Movements that will not fade away.
To not slow or stop any ongoing, meaningful work
Rapidly accomplish the work in logical, effective, efficient ways and not rely on isms
Will ultimately list all significant problems and their underlying causes will and match them to solutions for use all over the world
- Over 1500 very destructive nuclear warheads,
illegal under international law and on hair-trigger alert, would kill
billions of people and destroy civilization if used
- Illegal wars, bombings, drone attacks, etc. are being conducted
and disputes are not being settled by peaceful means as required by
11 million children in the
world needlessly dying every year
from starvation, malnutrition and preventable diseases
- 836 million people live in extreme poverty—living
on less than $1.90 a day. Three billion live on less than $4.00 dollars
- 663 million do not have access to clean water drinking
water, 963 million have no or improper sanitation (sewage) systems and billions
of people do not have all the basic needs and necessities of life
- Global warming is not being adequately addressed
- At least a billions workers in the world and 32 million
in the U.S. are unemployed or severely underemployed
- Horrible droughts and famines are occurring in particular in Africa
Some of our more significant problems
To permanently correct problems requires that the underlying causes of the problem be corrected
Some of the underlying causes of our problems
- The United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals are admirable and
apply to all countries. However, planned completion dates are not
nearly ambitious enough and they are grossly underfunded
- Many large corporations and companies are not paying their employees
enough money to buy the goods they produce
- We have the largest wealth and-income divide of all times. Even though
the 2000-largest corporations and companies have accumulated over 165 trillion
dollars in net-assets (according to Forbes) and there are over 2,235 billionaires
in the world, the world's economy is on the verge of collapse
- The Rule of Law is not being adequately enforced either nationally or
- Political, economic, foreign policy, elections and governance systems are mismanaged and failing in the U.S. and most of the world
United Nations Sustainability Development Goals
I wish to thank all who have contributed to this work and apologize for not finding the time to acknowledge all contributors by name.These plans are a work in progress, by no means complete and many of the TAPs and USP Documents need editing.
They also provides a framework into which additional TAPs and TAs can be inserted and implemented worldwide.
Questions, comments, suggestions, and help —to refine-and-implement are welcome and can be forwarded to PeopleNow.org via email RefineThePlan@PeopleNow.org or fax (703) 521-0849
If we work together, continually refine and implement all this we will have a permanently peaceful, prosperous, just, sustainable world.
Captain US Navy (retired)
Executive Director, Defense Fire Protection Association dba PeopleNow.org, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, EIN 52-1367179, described on www.dfpa.org
Arlington, VA 22204