This joint non-online course on climate change – The CSNSC proposes a comprehensive and integrated approach to climate change and highlights the links and interactions between sustainable development and climate change to make informed policy decisions for low-carbon, climate-resilient sustainable development. This discussion paper provides a comprehensive analysis of how climate measures contained in countries` national national contributions (NDCs) are linked to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The study shows that the actions of the NDCs promote, to varying degrees, synergies with national development priorities, which reflect the agenda by 2030. The research also highlights sustainable development issues that are directly related to the fight against climate change and the issues that are currently lacking in the activities of the NDC. The authors conduct a comprehensive analysis that examines the extent to which climate measures contained in countries` NDCs combine with the 17 SDGs. The analysis, based on the results of the NDC-SDG connection tool, highlights both the areas in which sustainable development is located and which are directly addressed by climate change, and those that are not currently involved in the activities of the NDC. The paper shows that the actions described to varying degrees in the NMPs promote synergies with national development priorities, which reflect the agenda by 2030. The authors note that a large number of climate activities support, for example, SDGs 7 (clean and affordable energy), SDGs 15 (life on land) and SDGs 2 (zero hunger), but that there are significant gaps in the SDGs such as the SDGs 5 (gender equality), SDGs 1 (not poverty) and SDGs 16 (peace and justice). Climate change is a cross-cutting theme for development, affecting all aspects of sustainable development and the overall agenda by 2030. The Paris Agreement on Climate Change, with the 2030 agenda, including the Sustainable Development Goals, is the most comprehensive plan to date to eradicate extreme poverty, reduce inequality and protect the planet.