UN indicators for sustainable development – Agenda2030

The UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development defines 17 global targets that steer the promotion of sustainable development. These goals are measured with a group of indicators.

Each country is committed to producing their national data on these global indicators. Statistics Finland is responsible for this work in Finland.

View indicators for sustainable development

You can view UN indicators as figures and tables. The tables can also be used in the database for UN indicators for sustainable development (PxWeb).

Monitoring of sustainable development in Finland

In 2015, UN Member States agreed on the action plan and goals for sustainable development that steer the promotion of sustainable development in the years 2016 to 2030. Agenda2030 comprises 17 global goals and 169 targets (Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs).

In Finland, Statistics Finland is responsible for the national collection, updating and publication of indicator data. Statistics Finland also reports follow-up indicator data concerning Finland.

At the moment, data are not available for all global indicators from national or international sources. Statistics Finland continues to supplement the data by exploring new data sources and by looking for possible replacing indicators. International development work is also made to complement the data sources.

The Prime Minister's Office maintains the website on sustainable development where information can be found on the implementation and monitoring of Agenda2030 in Finland.


National review on sustainable development indicators for Finland

The Prime Minister's Office published Finland's Agenda2030 national review in May 2020. The statistical annex was prepared by Statistics Finland. The publication contains statistics and figures on the attainment of sustainable development goals. The review and its annexes are published only in English.

Cooperative partners

Information on sustainable development indicators on the UN’s website