One year on from the launch of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Corporate Citizenship takes a look at how businesses have responded to the Global Goals, and what initial implications and opportunities the Goals have presented. We have put together a range of resources and information for corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioners. Please get in touch if you would like to know how we can help your organisation with its contributions to the SDGs.
As the anniversary of the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) approaches, we have interviewed leaders across sectors and industries, from GSK to Save the Children, to gather valuable insights and perspectives on the SDGs. These discussions feed into our new research report which looks at how stakeholder expectations of business have changed in light of the new Global Goals.
Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals: Business Action and Millennials’ Views – download a copy of the research report here.
Leader Insights Series: Business Action on the Sustainable Development Goals – click here to access our leader insights series, for interviews with GSK, Save the Children, Dow Chemical, Oxfam and more.
Upcoming Webinar: Tuesday 4th October – The Global Goals One Year On: Business Action vs. Expectation. Find out more and register for the webinar here.
From My World to Our World: What the Sustainable Development Goals Mean For Business – download our 2015 research paper here.
How Business Can Contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals – catch up on our webinar.
Global Goals Blog Series: Introduction and Overview
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals
Our SDG 2015 blog series also appears on Greenbiz.com.
Corporate Citizenship is working with companies around the world on the SDGs, helping them to:
- Assess and understand where they currently are and how they can align to the most material SDGs
- Develop specific strategies or programmes to address the 2030 ‘stretch’ goals
- Measure impact and communicate progress
- Engage in effective partnerships and with wider stakeholders
We’d love to hear your thoughts. You can get in touch via email or by calling the London office on +44 (0)20 7861 1616