GAHP and the SDGs

Launch of the #WeCanFightPollution SDG Campaign

In the lead up to the release of the Commission on Pollution and Health report in The Lancet, we launched a social media campaign connecting pollution and the SDGs. Please see the campaign details below and read more about the critical link on the GAHP Blog. We thank all GAHP members who participated in this campaign and amplified the message! Feel free to share this page with like-minded organizations to increase awareness and participation

It’s time to increase our advocacy efforts and raise awareness of the real human cost of pollution. #WeCanFightPollution SDG Campaign to demonstrate links between pollution and the #GlobalGoals.

We created custom social media images corresponding to each of the 17 #GlobalGoals. You can download versions for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The advocacy schedule for the campaign can be found below.

Each week a post or message about pollution and the SDGs was published on participants own social media networks. 

To make the campaign as easy as possible, sample posts were provided to get participants started! Just add a download graphic to your Facebook post, tweet, or instagram. Each post below links to a blog on the GAHP website that further explains the link between pollution and the SDGs.

  • We won’t achieve the #SDGs without fighting #pollution! Read more from @HealthPollution: www.gahp.net/blog/ #WeCanFightPollution
  • RT if you think fighting #pollution is important to reaching all of the #GlobalGoals! www.gahp.net/blog/ #WeCanFightPollution
  • How is #pollution related to the #GlobalGoals in your country? Tell us! www.gahp.net/blog/ #WeCanFightPollution

Remember to use the hashtag #WeCanFightPollution in all of your posts!

For more updates on the campaign and to connect with us on social media, please follow our Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Thank you again for all that you do

May 1st SDG 1: No Poverty Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
En Español
May 8th SDG 2: Zero Hunger Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
May 15th SDG 5: Gender Equality Facebook – Version 1
Twitter – Version 1
Instagram – Version 1
Facebook – Version 2
Twitter – Version 2
Instagram – Version 2
May 22nd SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
May 29th SDG 7: Affordable and Clean Energy Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
June 8th* SDG 14: Life Below Water (marking the UN Ocean’s Conference & World Ocean Day use hashtag #SaveOurOcean) Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
June 17th* SDG 13: Climate Action (marking the World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought) Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
June 19th SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth Facebook – Version 1
Twitter – Version 1
Instagram – Version 1
Facebook – Version 2
Twitter – Version 2
Instagram – Version 2
June 26th SDG 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Facebook – Version 1
Twitter – Version 1
Instagram – Version 1
Facebook – Version 2
Twitter – Version 2
Instagram – Version 2
July 3rd SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
July 11th* SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being (marking World Population Day) Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
July 17th SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
July 24th SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production Facebook – Version 1
Twitter – Version 1

Instagram – Version 1
Facebook – Version 2
Twitter – Version 2
Instagram – Version 2
July 31st SDG 15: Life on Land Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
August 4th SDG 17: Partnership for the Goals Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
August 12th* SDG 4: Quality Education (marking International Youth Day) Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
August 19th* SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions (marking World Humanitarian Day) Facebook – Version 1
Twitter – Version 1
Instagram – Version 1
Facebook – Version 2
Twitter – Version 2
Instagram – Version 2

*marks a post linked with a specific UN observance day

 

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