There are 17 UN sustainable development goals—too many for a business to implement all at once. Carol Adams writes that the best way forward is to select the ones which align best with your business strategy.
In 2015, to establish a combined global effort to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges, the United Nations set out 17 specific social and economic development goals, which national governments hold the responsibility of achieving.
While national governments have been handed the overall responsibility in seeing that these targets are met, these goals are not achievable without the combined effort of businesses and organisations, as well as national governments. The private sector can, and should, in future be required by law to contribute in as many ways as possible.
These goals are not achievable without the combined eff
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