Sustainable Development Report 2022
The Sustainable Development Report 2022 marks the seventh edition of the annual assessment of progress of all UN Member States towards the Sustainable Development Goals. This year's report discusses the critical need and channels of development finance for low-income and lower-middle income countries.
View Rankings & Scores
The report assesses the progress of all 193 UN Member States on the SDGs: This year, Finland, Denmark and Sweden top the rankings. In addition to overall scores, we also feature a spillover index that tracks countries' positive and negative impacts abroad.
Explore Interactive Maps
Our interactive maps showcase the performance of countries on each of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Visualize countries' current performance or visualize trends to see which countries are on track. Dig into each of the 120 indicators covered in the Sustainable Development Report 2022.
Analyze Country Profiles
Our report features a dedicated profile page for each UN Member State, showing performance and trends by SDG and by indicator. By clicking on a goal or indicator, you can view historical timeseries (when available) and detailed indicator metadata in the side panel.
Try the Data Explorer
Visualize and track countries' performance on each of the 99 trend indicators included in the Sustainable Development Report 2022. The Data Explorer features up to 22 years of historical data for countries, between 2000 and 2022, if available. You can display all countries at once or select specific countries to compare.
Download Report & Materials
The entire report, datasets, and any additional materials are available free of charge and can be downloaded from our website. This includes our full report in PDF format, our Excel database with scores, ratings, trends, and raw values, our codebook, our methodology, and much more.
The Sustainable Development Report (formerly the SDG Index & Dashboards) is a global assessment of countries' progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. It is a complement to the official SDG indicators and the voluntary national reviews.
All data presented on this website are based on the publication Sachs et al. (2022): From Crisis to Sustainable Development: the SDGs as Roadmap to 2030 and Beyond. Sustainable Development Report 2022. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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