• The second edition of theBusiness & SDGs High Level Meeting was held at the Edison SpA headquarters in Milan on 18th May. It was sponsored by the GCNI Foundation as an opportunity to encourage a shared reflection at the highest level amongst prominent actors in the national sphere, regarding the role the private sector is called upon to play in support of the 2030 UN Sustainable Development Agenda. People from the highest offices (Presidents, Managing Directors, Leading Managers) of large and medium-sized Italian companies from various production sectors, with a solid sustainability profile, met together around the table: A2A, AirPlus International, Alcantara, BNL – Gruppo BNP Paribas, Borsa Italiana, E&Y, Enel, Edison, Gruppo Hera, Saipem, Salini Impregilo.

  • Sviluppata dall’UN Global Compact insieme a B Lab, la SDG Action Manager è una soluzione web-based destinata alle imprese impegnate nell’avanzamento degli Obiettivi di Sviluppo Sostenibile,qualsiasi sia la localizzazione, dimensione ed il settore produttivo. Un nuovo strumento di assessment interno sulle performance aziendali connesse alla sostenibilità, che consente di fissare obiettivi di crescita nelle aree più strategiche in cui resta elevato il potenziale di sviluppo. Assessment interno, come autovalutazione dinamica, benchmarking e miglioramento.

  • Developed by the UN Global Compact together with B Lab, the SDG Action Manager is the new web-based solution for companies committed to advancing the Sustainable Development Goals, whatever the location, size and production sector. A new internal assessment tool on corporate performance related to sustainability, which allows to set growth targets in the most strategic areas where the development potential remains high. Internal assessment, such as dynamic self-assessment, benchmarking, and improvement.

     More specifically, according to a logic “learn at every step”, the platform makes it easier for the company to: - select SDGs relevant to its business; - assess the impact of the business model and supply chain in terms of progress in Agenda 2030; - identify areas of risk/improvement; - plangrowth objectives and monitor them. 

  • Il Global Compact delle Nazioni Unite (UNGC) ha lanciato la campagna “Global Goals in Action” che mira a valorizzare l’impegno concreto delle proprie aziende aderenti nell’implementazione dei Global Goals promossi dall’Agenda 2030 ONU.

    In particolare, la campagna si articola in Video-Series focalizzate sull’esperienza di 5 aziende multinazionali - Safaricom, Colgate-Palmolive, Iberdrola, Hilton, and Natura & Co- che hanno efficacemente allineato le loro strategie di business ai Dieci Principi del Global Compact ed intrapreso azioni concrete sugli SDGs. Il racconto mette in luce i vantaggi derivanti dall’adesione allo UN Global Compact in termini di opportunità di business, visibilità internazionale ed approfondimento tematico.

  • The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) has launched the campaign “Global Goals in Action”, which aims to enhance the commitment of its member companies to implementing the Global Goals promoted by the 2030 UN Agenda.

    In particular, the campaign is divided into Video-Series focused on the experience of 5 multinational companies – Safaricom, Colgate-Palmolive, Iberdrola, Hilton, Natura & Co – that have effectively aligned their business strategies with the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and have taken concrete action on SDGs. The story highlights the benefits to be derived from joining the UN Global Compact in terms of business opportunities, international visibility and thematic insight.

  • The Global Compact Network Italy currently has 40 members with "Founding Member" status.Of these, just over 30% are non-profit organizations, confirming the strongly multistakeholder nature of the UN’s Global Compact initiative.

    The United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) was set up as an initiative to spread corporate citizenship on a global scale, mainly aimed at companies. However, in order to stimulate comparison and interaction, participation in the UNGC is open to organizations of various kinds, such as, for example, civil society organizations, universities and research institutions, public institutions, as well as business associations.

    From the activation of a multi-stakeholder dialogue to the implementation of profit/non-profit partnerships for sustainable development, there are numerous opportunities for synergy between the various actors participating in the Global Compact.

    Currently, over 3,000 non-profit organizations support the initiative, working alongside companies to disseminate the 10 Principles of the Global Compact and the United Nations' Global Goals2030. All stakeholder organizations participating in the UNGC are invited to take part in the work plans implemented by the Global Compact Local Networks in their respective national contexts.

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