Spain’s town of Fuengirola on the Costa del Sol comes above the national average in respect of health and well-being, according to the recently published report ‘The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in 100 Spanish municipalities’.
The report was prepared by the Spanish Network for Sustainable Development, which uses data from the National Institute of Statistics (INE) and the European Statistical Office (Eurostat).
The aim and objectives of the work are to study, in an investigative and objective way, the degree of compliance with these SDGs in 103 municipalities of Spain (provincial and administrative capitals and towns with more than 80,000 inhabitants), where 21.5 million (about 50 percent of the Spanish population) live.
According to this document, Fuengirola is a Spanish municipality that best meets the sustainable development goals set by the United Nations, including the ones established for health and well-being, where the town exceeds the national average.
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