The SDGs were agreed by all countries at the United Nations in September 2015 and came into effect in January 2016. The 17 goals, 169 targets and 232 indicators are part of a broad agenda that provides a set of clear measurable targets to improve sustainability performance globally. These goals were developed based on the pillars of: protecting our natural resources and climate for future generations; ensuring dignity, equality and prosperity; fostering peace and inclusive societies; and promoting partnerships.
Research addressing each sustainable development goal can be viewed in SciVal using the Research Areas menu. The publications addressing each goal can be analysed to view a range of data including the most active countries, institutions, researchers and top publications.
Follow the steps below to view publications that address SDG goals:
Publications addressing a SDG can be refined to reflect those from a particular country, institution or researcher aligned with the goal.
Below are the steps to view publications from RMIT University that address SDG goals:
This will save all publications from RMIT that address the SDG into the Publication Sets menu on the left of screen. This publication set can now be selected and analysed in the Overview and Benchmarking modules