No Little Plans
By Community Foundations of Canada
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In 2015, the United Nations challenged the world to meet 17 big goals that have one encompassing ambition: Leave no one behind. The Sustainable Development Goals are meant to improve the health of the planet and the lives of everyone on it. We have until 2030 to achieve them. This is No Little Plans, a podcast about the state of SDG progress in Canada, featuring many of the people who are doing the most to help this country succeed.
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Relatable and Candid
This podcast breaks down the UN goals for the average person. Helps you understand how everything fits into the bigger picture. Can't wait to hear the next 3 episodes.
An accessible and worthwhile listen
Really enjoyed the first episode and Vicky’s approach to covering a sometimes abstract topic. Looking forward to future episodes.
Accessible content and an engaging host. Yay global improvement