Browse through toolboxes, providing access to models, methodologies and guidance to support policy makers in the implementation of the SDGs.

MY World is a global citizen survey to bring people’s voices into official debates about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Almost 10 million people from 194 countries voted in the  first MY World survey to help define the global goals. After the goals were adopted, the MY World 2030 survey was launched to make sure every person can have their say on SDG achievement. From now until 2030, we want as many people in as many countries as possible to be involved in MY World.  This is history in the making!

ESCAP has designed Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) booklets in English, Chinese, Russian, Korean, and Japanese. These booklets, detailing the 17 SDGs and their 169 targets, are a perfect desk resource for fast reference to the SDG targets.You can download the PDFs on this page to view or print the booklets. Make this your go-to tool for details on the SDG targets! 

The Hotspot Analyis Tool for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP-HAT) has been developed by the One Planet network, the Lifecycle Initiative, and the International Resource Panel, and is an interactive tool for countries to measure their resource footprints across a series of metrics and indicators. 

Browse among the best resources about sustainable consumption and production from around the world. An advanced search engine will help you find the material most relevant to you.

The Global Climate Action portal is an online platform where actors from around the globe - countries, regions, cities, companies, investors and other organizations - can display their commitments to act on climate change. The aim is to present a clear, comprehensive view of Global Climate Action, recognizing actors and inspiring still greater ambition, for the good of current and future generations.

The guidebook aims to achieve this objective by providing guidance in requisite tools and methodologies required for developing bankable adaptation projects along with information on alternate funding sources and investment models available to the private sector to mobilise funds for climate change adaptation.

With support from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), UNCDF has been working to address system-wide constraints to women’s financial inclusion through working with financial services providers (FSPs) in ASEAN. To this end, UNCDF, under its ASEAN regional and country programme, has developed a toolkit composed of an institutional gender self-assessment tool (GSAT) and a standardised process with facilitator guides to support FSPs in reviewing and evaluating their existing gender approach. This includes identifying the linkages that exist among: a) their business goals and profit; b)effectively serving the women’s market and; c) promoting women’s workforce participation and leadership. The toolkit aims to enhance FSPs’ institutional policies, practices and performance towards - Increasing targeted outreach to women clients through gender-sensitive products and services; and promoting workforce gender diversity in management and leadership.

Born out of a partnership with the UN Statistics Division, this innovative tool enables countries to address measurement gaps that impede monitoring national policies and leverage the power of the Agenda 2030 to help resolve problems tactically. It provides an analytical framework and a multi-stakeholder methodology to enable a team of national experts from National Statistical Offices, concerned Ministries and other parts of the data community, including non-traditional data sources, to design a short-term action plan with a focus on addressing institutional impediments to data collection, production and utilization. The objective is to bring together data producers, holders and users and help them achieve their goals for the lowest cost within one year.

This tool was developed by the Environment and Development Division (EDD) of UNESCAP in close consultation with policymakers of Mongolia and engaging a wide range of stakeholders. It walks one through a 10-step process towards integration of the SDGs using a participatory systems thinking approach for the creation of a sustainability outlook report and enabling the attraction of finance for sustainable development at the national or city level.