In September 2015, the United Nations(UN) committed to 17 sustainable development goals (or SDG). Governments will strive to achieve goals like eradicating absolute poverty, against inequality and responding to climate changes for the next 15 years. Thus, the youth should be able to play an active and meaningful role in tackling SDG. This project is co-organized by Tsinghua University and the University of Geneva, cooperated with University College of London, related organizations, and other related corporates and institutions, and devoted to exploring effective and practical crowd-sourcing sustainable development ways.
On the sixth week of 2017 SDG summer school, students came to Tsinghua University, Beijing, spend 1 week on Tsinghua Lab for Lifelong Learning（TULLL）.
Welcomed by TULLL and relevant institutions representatives, students visited Tsinghua X-Lab, iCenter, Academy of Arts & Design，School of Environment and Tsinghua University Art Museum.
So far, the groups has
Group of Humanitarian Kit: the design of the product prototype has been completed, and the construction of the web site has been started;
Group of SDG Game: the SDG game is very popular with the early high school students.On next week students will add AR and other technologies to make the game more attractive;
Group of Smart Trash：the Smart Trash group successfully produced a garbage bucket model that can automatically scan and identify garbage classification;
Group of Cosmic π: the project video is eye-catching. Students are going to design a low cost cosmic ray detector.
On Friday afternoon, students gave their presentations. TULLL broadcast it on live, and over 300 people watched online.