In 2015, the United Nations have agreed on a common agenda to end poverty, to fight inequality and injustice and to protect the planet. Since then, the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) became the point of reference …
Currently, 71% of business leaders plan or already do refer to the SDGs albeit in to varying extents. While some organisations have taken the SDGs as a strategic challenge to adapt their business model and verify their supply chain on their econeomic, social and environmental impacts, others have used the SDGs for communications only to align their activities with the international agenda on sustainability.
Currently there exist different approaches to align business models with the SDGs. Irrespective of the approach chosen, there are clear steps to be taken to incorporate the SDGs in the business model of an organisation.
- provides step-by-step guidance on how to incorporate SDGs in the management and reporting process
- showcases good examples in making use of the SDGs and the targets
- shares experiences in incorporating SDGs in the business model
CEOs and Senior Executives in Public Affairs, Public Relations, Communications; Sustainability Managers, Sustainability Reporters and Consultants: the group is limited to 16 people.