Firms should promote responsible business practices
No socially responsible company wants to be associated with negative human rights issues such as discrimination, sexual harassment, unsafe working conditions and lack of freedom of association.
Defeating corruption key to achieving SDGs
This calls for CEOs and other business leaders to set radical goals and establish a "new normal" for doing business with integrity.
Strengthen Partnerships to meet the SDGs
SDG 10 on reduced inequalities has been recognized as the most crucial goal that requires great attention, but strategies to achieve it are ambiguous or nonexistent in the reports.
Firms should Lead War on Climate Change
To address the climate crisis, business leaders must take action that aligns with the latest climate science.
Sustainability as Profitability: Redefining Corporate Self-Interest
Human (economic) activities are estimated to have caused approximately 1.0°C of global warming above pre-industrial levels, and at the current rate global warming is likely to reach 1.5°C between 2030
Businesses Leadership in Human Rights is More Necessary than Ever
While the formation of the United Nations Global Compact in 2000 – the brainchild of the incomparable from UN Secretary General Kofi Annan initiated to “put a human face to the global market” – ushered in an unprecedented era of sustainable and so
Making Global Goals, Local Business
By developing and delivering solutions for the achievement of the SDGs, companies will discover new growth opportunities and lower their risk profiles.
Women’s representation in high-level corporate leadership critical
There is indeed great potential for women-run industries to create productive jobs and grow value chains in the country.
Unlocking Business Value through Corporate Sustainability
Global Compact, being the world’s largest corporate sustainability Initiative, exists to help businesses to meet these and more goals.