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10th SDGs Ambassador Test Now accepting applications    [Special discount] Until May 31, 2022



Course overview

・What are SDGs?

SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals: SDGs) are international goals from 2016 to 2030 described in the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development" adopted at the United Nations Summit in September 2015.

It consists of 17 goals and 169 targets to realize a sustainable world, and is a common global goal that states that no one will be left behind.

These SDGs have spread rapidly in recent years, and it is said that they will undoubtedly move the world as a common goal from 2019 onwards. The SDGs are not something that can only be achieved by national governments and local governments, but it is necessary for each person to contribute from their individual actions to achieve the SDGs.

Among the 17 goals are major problems such as "energy problem", "food waste problem", "discrimination based on nationality, race and sex", "sharing of unpaid work in the home such as childcare, nursing care, and housework" and daily life. The goal is also to solve the familiar problems that people face in the future.

Our corporation has held Peace for Earth as an SDGs experience-based event, and has contributed to the promotion of SDGs practitioners by creating first-year SDGs to revitalize the SDGs while cooperating with the national and local governments. This test is an initiative to further revitalize the SDGs by visualizing their thoughts and efforts toward the SDGs through the test.

・ What is the SDGs Ambassador Test?

Individuals, companies, and organizations deepen their understanding of the SDGs, and regardless of the frequency and depth of their activities, whether it is a small thing, a serious thing, or even if they are not confident, those who want to practice in some form can work on it. It will be a test that aims to become

The test organizer is a non-profit corporation that has been engaged in global warming prevention activities for more than 20 years.

If you appeal SDGs and sustainability, isn't it "SDGs wash"? People sometimes suspect that I am singing as if I am doing it even though I am not doing it. If so, even those who are working hard will not be able to confidently say, "I'm doing it! Please support me!" It's important to just appeal that you have thoughts. Even if you can't do much, you still have feelings. I started to think so recently. Even if it's just that, it's wonderful just to have thoughts, so I'll provide a sign that people who think like that can connect with each other.

The SDGs Ambassador Test is an opportunity to become able to talk about SDGs and sustainability without technical terms and difficult business terms, and to create as many SDGs first-year students as possible.

Characteristics of the test

Acquisition goal

Understand the basics of SDGs and be able to convey the outline of SDGs to people.


Rather than solving difficult problems and memorizing them, my goal is to enable people with the same awareness to talk comfortably with common knowledge.

How to use

Students can write it on their resume and appeal for job hunting and part-time jobs.
Business people can expect hints and inspiration for SDGs activities
. It can also be written on business cards.

​ You can post the certified logo in your store or office and declare yourself as an SDGs promoter.

contents of the test

 Be able to understand the contents of official texts and convey the outline of the SDGs to others.

You will take the 40-question, 60-minute test in web format.

There are no age restrictions for taking the exam.

Certified logo mark

The logo mark visualizes that those who have passed the test are motivated by SDGs and sustainability. It can be used as a trigger for communication, or used to express that you are a promoter or interested person to the outside.

Examples: Posting in offices and stores, printing on business cards and leaflets, etc.

pass certificate

A certificate will be issued to successful applicants.

General test takers are free of charge, discount test takers are charged a service fee.

(Those who do not wish to participate will also be notified of the pass number.)





Peace for Earth has created SDGs first-year students and has contributed to the PR of SDGs practitioners. This test was started to revitalize the “SDGs 1st year / SDGs declaration”, and is used by many students, companies, and organizations.

■Participants (partial)

Hosei University

Tama University

Sophia University

Chuo University

Kanto Gakuin University

Yokohama City University

Waseda University

Kanagawa University

​Companies and organizations

Cabinet Office

Unilever Japan

Shimamura Musical Instruments Co., Ltd.

Nichinoken Co., Ltd.


Kanagawa Prefecture

Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.

Kinki Nippon Tourist

Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd.

Embassy of Spain

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd

JTB Co., Ltd.

Miss Earth

*As of January 2022 ・Includes “SDGs 1st grader” certification before “SDGs Ambassador Test”.


SDGs Ambassador Examination Guidelines

・Application details

Date and time of the exam: can be adjusted to suit individual needs

Examination venue: Certification exam on the web

Registration Deadline: Accepted daily until July 31, 2022. (The test date will be set after 10 days from the registration reception date.)

Examination fee: General (corporation/organization/individual) 5,500 yen (tax included) Discounted 5,000 yen (tax included)

  NPO Forever Green members: General 3,000 yen (tax included), Student 1,500 yen (tax included) 

Interns and Volunteers: Special discount  0 yen (tax included)
※※The test fee will be treated as a donation.

Number of applications: No limit

Eligibility: No restrictions on educational background, age, gender or nationality

Notification of acceptance: Notification will be sent to the registered email in about one month

·contents of the test

 Time: 60 minutes

Questions: 40 multiple-choice questions

Pass: 70%
    *The passing score has been adjusted based on the passing rate

​ Scope: Overall knowledge of SDGs and examples of initiatives

・Points to note when taking the exam

・Payment is by credit card or bank transfer. The transfer fee should be borne by the transferor.

・The test fee once paid will not be refunded, regardless of whether the test was taken or not, except in the case of cancellation of the test.

・Please note that we cannot respond to objections to the results.



  • Is it possible to take the test on a smartphone?
    The test is intended to be taken on a PC, but it is also possible to take it on a smartphone or tablet.
  • do you need a webcam?
    No web camera required.
  • Is there a way to study for the exam?
    Please read the text posted on this test site and the data published by the United Nations.
  • When will the official text be sent?
    After applying, we will inform you of the password for "Text Download" on this screen. After applying, we will send it to your registered email address in about a week.
  • Is it possible to take the exam at the venue?
    Due to the spread of the new coronavirus, there are no plans to take the exam at the venue. In the case of a group examination, it is possible to take the examination at the facility of the group. In that case, please contact us.
  • Is there a way to take group exams?
    You can take the test as a group application. Please contact us from the inquiry form.
  • When will the logo be available?
    If you wish to use the logo mark, please attach the data that confirms the payment of the examination fee and declare it from the inquiry form. Data is provided and can be used on the same day after receipt. Please check the logo mark terms of use when using. *If you have difficulty filling in the inquiry form, please contact "".
  • Is it possible to issue a receipt?
    In principle, bank transfer details or credit card payment details will be accepted as receipts. If you have any other requests, please contact us using the inquiry form.
  • Can I cancel after payment?
    As stated in the "SDGs Ambassador Test Terms", there is no refund of payment upon cancellation.


NPO Forever Green

We have been working on environmental activities in Japan, China, and the United States since 2001, and are working on the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) from a glocal (global + local) perspective that changes lifestyles.

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​Corporate Profile

Headquarters: 6-23-4 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Kuwano Building 2F

Established: 2001

Affiliation: Regional Revitalization SDGs Public-Private Partnership Platform (Cabinet Office), Re-style (Ministry of the Environment), Cool Choice (Ministry of the Environment), Afu no Wa Project (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries), Team Mottainai (Tokyo), Kanagawa SDGs Partner, etc.​

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