On December 24, 1968, humans first saw a picture of the whole Earth from  space. And for the first time, we could see our world as it is: a world with no  borders, no boundaries, no divisions — one world for all.

 

As we launch a campaign to drive awareness of the Sustainable Development  Goals, we must once again see the world as one.

 

To create these goals, nations and non-profits, countries and corporations,  individuals and organizations worked together, “one for all.” Now we will take  action “one for all,” knowing that the Sustainable Development Goals are as  interdependent as we are. Like the human race itself, these goals are  inextricably linked. They are “one for all.” We must be too.

The task of bettering our world is bigger than any one of us.  But it’s smaller than all of us.

 

Together we can make the world we all want. One For All.

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