Translating the SDGs into your business
Responsible Business Practices- How businesses can use the SDGs as a central starting point for financial sustainability
Multilateral climate funds have helped countries begin to confront the challenges that climate change poses for development. They have largely channelled finance to the places where emissions are significant and growing fast, and vulnerability to climate change is substantial. Nevertheless, their modest financial capitalization has constrained what they can directly achieve.
Currency management has become an increasingly important issue for many organizations as they become more dependent on purchasing goods and services on a global basis. Food security and environmental sustainability are both key policy goals in the contemporary global arena, but there is no necessary congruity between them. The key question to be addressed here is what can be done to ensure sustainability across value chains, especially when these chains cut across national boundaries.
How can the development goals be achieved? What are the measures that can be used to expand the knowledge of municipalities and local communities on the integration of activities related to Education for Sustainable Development, strengthening lifelong learning opportunities and promoting collaboration between local participants from different sectors? How can global actors ensure attention to gender equality—an issue that is too often overlooked, despite considerable evidence of the connection between women’s progress and development?