The report was prepared by independent scientists for the UN. Portugal stands out for its investment in renewable energy.
A report prepared by independent scientists for the United Nations (UN) on sustainable development for 2019, presented today in New York, places Portugal in 26th place, out of 162 countries.
With a score of 76.4 out of 100, Portugal ranks among the 30 most sustainable countries in the world, according to this report, which assesses the performance of 162 countries regarding the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) adopted in the 2030 Agenda.
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