The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) involve 17 different social objectives for human society. They provide a framework and guidance to develop policies that could be pursued for the benefit of people and planet and represent an urgent call for governments to act in global partnership.

SDG1: No Poverty

Efa reduces the cost of living by putting power in the hands of communities so they can benefit directly from advances in technology.

SDG 7: Affordable & Clean Energy

efa harnesses decentralised clean energy solutions and provides affordable, clean energy and can provide an enormous boost to efforts to achieve universal access to sustainable, modern energy by 2030.

SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Although GDP may no longer be a fashionable way to measure societal prosperity, efa promises to contribute to transformation that bolsters green sectors of the economy and generates sustainable jobs.

SDG 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

By providing a means to innovate for societal benefit, efa contributes to developing markets that are driven to achieve outcomes that means social acceptability is built-in from the ground up.

SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

efa offers opportunities for financial capital to be deployed in the real economy, directly connecting investors with places and people their money is put to work with and creates outcomes that are shared and sustainable outcomes.

SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

efa loves cities, as well as technology that will help city dwellers live better, the opportunity to develop resilient and lasting communities with improved social and natural bonds is one of our key visions for the world we want to live in.

SDG 12: Responsible Consumption & Production

efa enables social endeavours that engage individuals in reflection on their current behaviours and practices using engagement in public decision-making at a community level with local stakeholders involved.

SDG 13: Climate Action

efa provides clear, objective-driven, project based means to mobilise resources and tackle key issues that face humanity. By providing the means for true partnerships to be formed, efa ensures that public and private institutions can work with citizens to develop and deploy solutions that benefit everyone.

SDG 14: Life Below Water

Since the industrial revolution ocean acidity may have risen by as much as 30% as it absorbs nearly 3 billion tonnes of CO2 from the earth’s atmosphere every year. By making everyday life sustainable, efa can help life below water by decreasing atmospheric CO2.

SDG 16: Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

efa’s proposition connects stakeholders across society through shared outcomes, common goals, and forums for partnerships between government, business and communities to create and strengthen social bonds.

SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

Collaborating with like-minded organisations on sustainability is something that we are open, and ready to do – if we haven’t contacted you already, please contact us to start the conversation!

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