Sustainable development requires an integrated approach that takes into account environmental concerns and economic development.

 In 1987, the United Nations Brundtland Commission defined sustainability as "meeting the needs of present generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs". Today, there are almost 140 developed countries in the world seeking to meet their development needs, but with the growing threat of climate change, concrete efforts must be made to ensure that current development has no consequences Negative effects on future generations.

The ODD form a framework for improving the lives of people worldwide and mitigating the effects of humans on the climate. ODD 13: Action on climate. It calls for measures to push climate change into a development framework. ODD 14: Underwater life and ODD 15: Life on earth . They also call for more sustainable practices using the Earth's natural resources.

About the center: Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazGU / KazNU) in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It is the center of the UNAI for sustainability. It has engaged in a number of activities such as the United Nations Model Training at Nazarbayev University, conducted by KAZNU students; The organization of a parallel seminar on climate change, energy and technology held at Al-Farabi University, a cultural communication center, a "Seeing a Different Afghanistan" photography exhibition By the CDM / world class at KazNU.



This video is a short presentation of the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KazGU / KazNU), one of the largest universities in Kazakhstan.