Agenda 2030, adopted in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly, is an integrated vision for the sustainable development of all the world’s populations. It is articulated into 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) towards which we must collectively strive. All SDGs require the input of science and technology.
Basic sciences help to identify mechanisms to adequately use knowledge and transfer technology. The States that agreed to Agenda 2030 recognize this, since they have at the same time created the Technology Facilitation Mechanism. In particular, the latter organizes the annual Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for Sustainable Development Goals.
Essential tools to ensure multicultural dialogue, political stability and peace, essential to the implementation of these SDGs, are also provided by basic sciences. The latter provide the training skills and know-how necessary for the application of innovations that countries need to move from general goals to effective actions. The operational models and practical ways of networking developed by the basic sciences community will contribute to ensuring the effective implementation of the SDGs.

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