In September 2015, 193 world leaders agreed to 17 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. If these Goals are completed, it would mean an

-end to extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030.

Imagine now, that this October 2016 and only after the adoption of these most important Global Goals for sustainable development and after 10 days of negotiations with 191 state representatives they announced in Montreal that, a global agreement of air transport is not enough for climate chance and to reach the target of Global Goal n. 13.

Flying is the biggest climate killer and the boom in air transport might even rise, for sure not reduce and to be honest, today’s world need air transport, we need air transport!

But… isn’t it amazing after years of work, millions of printed documents circulating from one office to thousands of others to adopt goals without sufficient prior information and data?

Can you imagine the costs of all this talking, world leaders traveling, staff, secretarial-, administration, and….and….and….

It seems to me that one goal and after only 1 year will be missed already?

Deutsche Welle