2030Vision is a partnership that connects businesses, NGOs and governments with the technology and expertise they need to realise the SDGs by 2030. SustainAbility is a founding member of 2030Vision, whose current partners also include technology firms Microsoft, SAP and ARM, along with UN Global Compact, UNICEF, The New York Academy of Sciences, Fauna and Flora International, Centre for Global Equality, University of Cambridge Judge Business School, British Council, Be He@lthy Be Mobile, GeSI and Project Everyone.
2030Vision’s ambition is to transform the use of technology so that all people can live their lives to their full potential by 2030. SustainAbility authored the 2030Vision Report, which summarizes key opportunities and challenges for digital technology and the Global Goals. With input from technology experts and end users, the report describes the scale of the transformation needed, and the aligned social, environmental and commercial opportunities.
From the Internet of Things (IoT) to blockchain, from Artificial Intelligence (AI) to intelligent systems, technology will have profound implications for business and society. SustainAbility’s research for the 2030Vision’s first report highlighted food and agriculture, transport, infrastructure, and logistics and heath as the most promising opportunities for digital technology where commercial interests and global societal needs were aligned.