This series of articles have been created to demonstrate the importance and value sustainability brings to a business or organisation. Why sustainability is not longer a nice to have but a must have. Also read:

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Why the Sustainable Development Goals matter for business

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The SDGs are a collection of 17 global goals set by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015, for the year 2030. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals each have a list of targets, measured with indicators.

 

"Implementation" is the key word in the effort to understand what the future will look like

What is essential to note is that the implementation of the SDGs by governments, organisations, regulators, stock exchanges, local government and business is already taking place, with regulations becoming ever stricter.

  1. Is your business prepared with a plan of action?
  2. Are you prepared for stricter regulations on waste and emissions, for example?

Millennials, the largest generation ever, are attracted to businesses whose priorities align with their own.

They choose to work for or with businesses (as managers) that are in for the long term and can demonstrate that they are taking solid, focused action and are at the forefront of the transition to the green, circular economy.

  1. Can you demonstrate that you are the right employer to top talent, who are ever more important in the effort to achieve strategic business objectives?
  2. Will your business be the one Millennials choose to engage with as managers?

 

A sustainability report goes a long way to show your commitment

With a solid, all-round CSR/ SDG/ ESG/ Sustainability report, you demonstrate to all your stakeholders (business partners, clients, employees, investors, local communities etc) that you are responsible and in for the long term. You show that you are well aware of the risks and opportunities arising from the transition to the green, circular economy and that you are taking a structured, all-round, methodical approach to keeping your business or organisation competitive and sustainable in the foreseeable future, maintaining and increasing its value.

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20 reasons why the fbrh gri standards iema course cerrtified sdg esg sustainabilityImagine how much easier it would be to convince stakeholders that can hold you back or stop you from reaching your business objectives  if you had a first-class CSR/ Sustainability report, showing that you are taking solid, focused action to address the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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