2019 Our City: A Peg Report on Winnipeg and the Sustainable Development Goals
A Peg Report on Winnipeg and the Sustainable Development Goals
The Peg report 2019 Our City is a window into how Winnipeg is progressing and where we need to focus more energy to move toward targets set by the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The report comes from Peg—an online tool that graphically presents more than 60 data indicators to shed light on the well-being of our city and encourage evidence-based policy.
As a collaboration by United Way Winnipeg and the International Institute for Sustainable Development, Peg is a way to not only measure our progress but also inspire Winnipeggers to work together towards positive change in our community and beyond.
Peg provides leaders in all sectors of our city with knowledge and insights to see how we can make a difference and ensure that nobody is left behind.
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