The Sustainable Develop Goals (SDGs) are international goals for the years 2016 to 2030 developed as successor goals to the 2001 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and included as part of the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” adopted by the UN at its summit in September 2015.The SDGs are made up of 17 goals and 169 targets aimed at the realization of a sustainable world and guided by a pledge to “leave no one behind.” The SDGs are universal goals sought not only for developing countries but by developed countries as well, and Japan is among those actively working towards their achievement.
- 2021.09.01Two initiatives have been added.(2021/09/01)
- 2021.08.11One initiatives have been added.(2021/08/11)
- 2021.08.04TUS initiatives included in Toyo Keizai ACADEMIC’s special feature: “Universities Taking Action for the SDGs Vol. 3”
- 2021.08.04Three initiatives have been added.
- 2021.08.03Three initiatives have been added.
Tokyo University of Science SDGs Initiatives
Developing medicines which provide better health and longevity…
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Department of Medicinal and Life ScienceView More
Professor Yoshikazu HIGAMI
Pursuing geotechnical solutions to make cities safer places against soil liquefaction during earthquakes…
Faculty of Science and Technology Department of Civil EngineeringView More
Professor Yoshimichi TSUKAMOTO
Transcending borders and disciplines for water research at the Water Frontier Research Center…
Water Frontier Research CenterView More
A diversity of research to protect the abundance of our environment and ecosystems…
Division of Biological Environment InnovationView More
Seeking to cultivate graduates who succeed in society as multifaceted thinkers…
Institute of Arts and Sciences Katsushika Division, Institute of Arts and SciencesView More
Professor Chang-Geon SHIN