7 Ways Companies Can Contribute to the SDGs

August 6, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a.k.a. the Global Goals, are increasingly embraced by companies as a useful reporting framework for their sustainability efforts. That’s a good thing. However, many companies focus on how they directly contribute to only three to five SDGs that are deemed to be most relevant to their business models and ignore the rest. They seriously undervalue their investments in social and environmental wellbeing. It’s time that they gave a more comprehensive and transparent account of the seven ways that they directly or indirectly create natural, human and social capital, as framed by the SDGs.


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