By 2030 the world would have:

1.2 billion fewer people hungry and in extreme poverty

100 million more children who would otherwise have died before they were five

4.4 million more women who would otherwise have died during pregnancy or childbirth

1.3 billion tons of food per year saved from going to waste

470 million more workers with good jobs and livelihoods

200 million more young people employed with the skills they need to get good work

1.2 billion more people connected to electricity

190 to 240 million hectares more of forest cover

$30 trillion spent by governments worldwide transparently accounted for

Average global temperatures on a path to stabilize at less than 2° C above pre-industrial levels

220 million fewer people who suffer crippling effects of natural disasters