Mayors can soon earn badges to designate sustainable programs as part of the Guam Green Growth Initiative to achieve island sustainability by 2030.
In a Mayors’ Council of Guam meeting Wednesday, program coordinators of the G3 Initiative discussed ways mayors can apply for badges to fulfill any of the 17 sustainable development goals developed by the United Nations.
The badges identify existing and future program opportunities for mayors to create sustainable environments. In April, the G3 Initiative will roll out two badges focused on “no poverty” and “zero hunger.”
“Some of you are already eligible to achieve a badge,” said Annania Nauta, G3 project coordinator. “We are inviting you to be one of the first adopters of the badge program.”
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