Your answer when investors ask about SDGs?



What will you answer when investors ask about SDGs? Move beyond ESG metrics to show positive corporate results from incorporating the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Investors and stakeholders are pressing companies to go beyond the standard ESG (environment, social, governance) approach — measures aimed at limiting corporate impact.  They want companies to improve the world.  Working toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can guide companies toward areas of positive, measurable impacts stakeholders desire.

CSE has incorporated the SDGs into its research, consulting and certification programs. Only 6.2% of companies are integrating SDGs in their reporting to stakeholders.  This provides an enormous opportunity for companies to establish themselves as leaders.

Top companies are listening!  Forbes reported on CSE research, interviewing CSE president Nikos Avlonas, award-winning CSR pioneer and best-selling author.  More than 90% of FORTUNE 500 senior managers and VPs have attended CSE programs, joining over 1500 Certified Sustainability Practitioners from over 50 countries.

Urban centers need an enormous influx of sustainability-trained staff.  CSE’s Certified Sustainability Practitioner Program, Advanced Edition, updated for 2018, offers Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility training for professionals who want to maximize their own and their company’s impact.

CSE research has identified weaknesses in the IT sector, to be discussed in Atlanta, March 8-9, 2018.    Silicon Valley corporations lag behind the sustainability achievements of the Fortune Global 500, leaving a major opportunity for Atlanta.

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