30 NOVEMBER 2022
The SDG as a CSR strategy
The 2030 Agenda is an international plan of action born out of the commitment of the 193 member states of the United Nations, whose main objective is to promote the eradication of poverty and foster sustainable development during the period 2016-2030.
Under the slogan “Transforming our world”, the 2030 Agenda is articulated around the five Ps: Planet, People, Prosperity, Peace & Partnership.
This resolution is based on three key concepts:
- All the challenges we face are interconnected.
- These problems must be tackled from a global and environmental perspective, transversal to the rest of the economic and social aspects.
- It is necessary to define objectives that must be specified in measurable and verifiable goals, in order to achieve a model of sustainable life at a global level.
In order to address the major economic, social and environmental challenges facing our planet, the countries that make up the United Nations have committed to adopting the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which in turn consist of 169 targets.
Companies, because of their ability to contribute to the development of the environments in which they operate, are important agents of transformation. Therefore, the involvement of the business community is essential to achieve these goals on time. Solving many of these challenges is also a great opportunity for business to adapt to new circumstances, innovate and create competitive advantages, contributing with its activity and capabilities to social development.
In order to contribute to the achievement of these goals, at Univergy Solar we have integrated the following SDGs into its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategies, demonstrating its commitment to society and the environment: