New data sheds light on popular (and not so popular) SDGs
John Legend | Photo credit: GlobalGoals.org
Impact investors are increasingly adopting the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals as a guide to impact and opportunity. Yet little is known about which of the goals are getting the most attention.
A new report from InvestorFlow, the fast-growing impact investor network, sheds some light on the question. The report, “Who, What, Where, and How: The First 205 Investors,” provides a snapshot of InvestorFlow members (which now number 212) and includes an analysis of their preferences among the U.N. goals.
The most popular SDGs:
№1 (No poverty), №3 (Good health), №6 (Clean water) and №7 (Affordable and clean energy).
The least targeted SDGs:
№14 (Life in water), №15 (Life on Land), №16 (Peace, justice and strong institutions) and №17 (Partnerships for the goals).