Good health. Clean water. Quality education. These are just three Sustainable Development Goals. There are 17 in total! This SDG chart will help your company find a goal and strategy that fits with its purpose.
Sustainable Development Goals: Overview
The Sustainable Development Goals are a set of 17 global priorities and aspirations for 2030. More than 190 world leaders committed to achieving the goals in 2015. When they did, they emphasized the crucial role of the private sector in making the vision for the world a reality. If your company is struggling to define its role in achieving the goals, our interactive SDG chart can help you get started. It’s easy to use and filled with essential information.
In our chart, you’ll find:
A colorful list of all 17 Sustainable Development Goals
A clear definition of each goal
Statistics about the urgency of each goal
A list of charitable projects that align with each goal
Easy-to-share social media messages
The SDG chart is only a first step. Use it as a tool in your efforts to:
1. Choose a goal that aligns with your business purpose.
There are many worthy Sustainable Development Goals your company could choose to support (17 to be precise, with 169 targets in total). Without a clear alignment around what your business already does well, your SDG efforts may be less effective. If your company has developed strengths, research, and knowledge in a specific area, find a goal that aligns with that expertise. Learn more the importance of alignment.
2. Identify which SDGs are important to your employees.
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