sdg 2: no hunger

In 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations as the new global sustainable development agenda for 2030. Our projects contribute to some of these SDG’s, such as SDG2: Zero hunger.

Hunger and malnutrition are often the causes of deaths in young children, especially in developing countries. That is why SDG 2 focuses mainly on the poor and people in vulnerable situations. To achieve this goal, the way food is produced, distributed and consumed must change. The food and agriculture sectors offer opportunities for sustainable development to eradicate hunger. The goal of SDG 2 is to end all forms of hunger for all by 2030.

FairClimateFund’s biogas projects contribute to SDG 2. Leftover bio-slurry from the fermentation process is an excellent organic fertilizer that can be applied to improve crop yields. Bio-slurry improves soil fertility and recycles nutrients. This allows farmers to obtain more crop yields that can be both eaten and sold.