IdenCity presents a report where the degree of compliance with the SDGs of all the provincial capitals and autonomous cities of the state has been evaluated. This has been done through 125 goals of the 169 included by the UN in the 2030 Agenda and analyzing 295 indicators.

The 52 cities are at 60% compliance with the SDGs, standing out at the top of all compliance with Goal 3 on Health and Well-being, which registers an average compliance of 85%, while at the bottom are meets Goal 13 of Climate Action, with an average of 32%.

Basque capitals are well positioned in this ranking. They are present in the top 5 of 10 of the 17 SDGs, of which two of the four are present in 7 of them. And five SDGs are led by one of these cities.

Bilbao and Donostia appear in the top 5 of the ranking six and five times, respectively. Iruña and Gasteiz, for their part, appear in the top 5 in three SDGs. The Gipuzkoan capital leads the ranking in three SDGs, quality education, responsible production and consumption, and life in the terrestrial ecosystem (it shares a ranking with Gasteiz in the first and with Bilbao in the other two).

Bilbao leads the SDG 17 of Alliances to achieve the objectives, where Iruña also stands out; in sustainable cities and communities followed by Donostia and in industry, innovation and infrastructures. Iruña is the leading city in Health and Well-being, SDG in which Vitoria-Gasteiz takes fifth place. The Navarrese city also stands out in terms of clean water and sanitation, where the Biscayan town is also well positioned. The capital of Álava stands out in the first SDG corresponding to the end of poverty.