Last updated on:
Tuesday, 18 August 2020

In a participatory process steered by the National Council for statistical information (CNIS) and associating various stakeholders, a set of 98 indicators has been selected in order to follow up the French progress towards the SDGs.

They notably include the 10 “New wealth indicators” covering environmental and social indicators beyond GDP (eg. Ecological footprint, inequality, life expectancy ) which were adopted by the “SAS act of 2015 and which are supposed to help monitor and assess every public policies, and especially the finance law.