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SDG 10: Reduce inequalities

Gurwinder Dhalla's picture

MOO Hungry

I,ll try not to let waste food dump in the fields so as to reduce green house gas emission. Dumping waste food is the biggest concern of now as approximately 20% of food bought for consumption is wasted i.e., 1 bag of grocery out of 5 bags purchased. Dumped waste food produces methane and other harmful gases which effects the environment. Also every 1 person out of 100 in Australia are living homeless and don't have money to buy food for three times a day. Raising this issue to globalization may help save us, our family, our friends, our loved ones and most of all important our global home OUR EARTH!



yu chen | 02/23/2019 - 13:36

Yep, we should try our best to take our own drink bottle to everywhere.


Kim Nguyen's picture

responsible consumption

One of the biggest challenges we face today is consumerism and the consequences that follow: waste, inefficient use of resources, human rights abuse in the supply chain and the list goes on. Purchasing this jacket represents the start of living a minimalistic life. I'm aiming to purchase quality clothing that will last me for longer periods and buy brands that conduct their business in an ethical manner as oppose to mindlessly buying cheaper clothing with no consideration for their makers. This step aims to support corporations that conduct their business with the consideration of the communities and people.


Amarra Shawck's picture

Toward Inclusivity

I am pledging to learn basic level Auslan within one year in order to take a step toward a more inclusive world for the Deaf. Although myself alone being able to communicate through Auslan will not achieve the SDGs I have highlighted, it is my hope that this is just the first step, and I can soon aim to educate individuals and organisations to advocate for a welcoming and inclusive society for those who use Auslan to communicate. In an ideal world, such a movement would reduce inequalities in society (often, the ability to consume or easily convey information), provide wider employment for Deaf Australians, and thereby result in a more inclusive community overall. (Image:


Kim Phan's picture

Invest in Girls

Although society has grown from its patriarchal past, we still have a long way to go. The status of women and the inequalities faced by a female who occupies this world still exists in various forms. In a world that does not present an equal amount of opportunities for male and female to coexist, I pledge to recognise and alter the different ways in which we can restore gender equality and educate generations to come.



Kim Phan | 06/18/2018 - 18:49

#2 Raise conversations about the gender pay gap at work.

Kim Phan | 06/30/2018 - 18:20

#3 Raise conversations about the gender pay gap with family.


Sushant Gurung's picture

Ethical consumption

Choose sustainably produced garments. Purchase organic, fair trade cotton. Don't purchase cheap garments which exploit sweatshops in developing countries. Consider intragenerational equity.


Andres Lopez's picture

12 litres shower

I discovered with my little son (15 months old) that we just need 12 litres of water, one bucket and a small toy "duck" to create a wonderful moment of our shower time. At the end we are clean, we'll save a lot of water at year!!!


Tahnee Bainbridge's picture

No more PALM OIL products

Sustainability and social justice play a huge role in my life from day to day. With some thought, I have identified a giant gap. I have been eating a vegan diet for approximately 8 years, but in order to go completely cruelty free and ethical, it's time for me to get serious about comprehensively responsible consumption. I pledge to avoid the purchase of any products containing palm oil (linked to deforestation, climate change, habitat degradation, animal abuse and indigenous rights abuses). I intend to make this a permanent change. Looking forward to the adjustment!


simone pianko's picture

pescatarian to vegetarian

I am currently a pescatarian and would like to cut down on my fish intake to eventually be a vegetarian.


LiAnn Tang's picture


i want to encourage everyone to feel like they are worth it. Wherever they are in life, they are progressing.


Ruby McMinn's picture

Taking an even bigger step!

I have been accepted into the 40K Globe foundation for a summer internship working in rural India! I am so excited I can get out there and help make a positive change in the energy and water sectors of such a great social business, creating clean renewable energy access to those in India that don't have power and helping make clean water more accessable. I am very excited and nervous for the culture shock I know I will get, but hopefully it will only push me to continue in working towards creating a more positive and sustainable world!



Georgina Knight | 10/05/2016 - 22:52

Congratulations! I'm sure it will be an amazing experience!



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