WE need to
fix our economy
The UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals are the solution.
The Sustainable Development Goals
As we recover from the coronavirus pandemic, organisations are revisiting what success looks like, and considering how to build back better, greener and with more equity.
Globally, responsible leaders want to understand how they can build back better to protect their organisation's future while also tackling global megatrends, such as the climate emergency, rising inequality and the loss of nature.
Combined with the fourth industrial revolution, our society and the way we work and 'do business' is being reshaped in profound ways.
For these leaders, it raises the question - how can organisations align and integrate their organisational purpose and strategy and help the world transition to a sustainable economy?
The answer - SDG Changemakers and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs supersede Social Value and evolve ESG as they are a universal call to action to end poverty, reduce inequality, protect our finite resources and tackle major challenges like climate change.
The UN launched the shared vision for humanity in 2015, at their heart, the SDGs are about fixing how our economy operates.
Achieving the SDGs requires success in realising six major transformations:
Education, Gender and Inequality (SDGs 1,4,5,8,10)
Health and Wellbeing (SDG 3)
Clean Energy and Industry (SDGs 7,12,13)
Sustainable Food, Land Use, Oceans (SDGs 2,6,14,15)
Smart Cities and Transport (SDG 11)
Digital Technologies and E-Governance (SDG 9)
supported by SDGs 16 and 17 (Strong Institutions and Partnerships) .
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