The chatter among sustainability practitioners is that everyone is figuring out how to align with the global goals for social and environmental wellness. The 17 goals are specific enough to be tangible and broad enough to be aspirational.
Corporate Citizenship, a global management consultancy specializing in sustainability and corporate responsibility, recently conducted a survey on the Fortune 50’s published commitments to the sustainable development goals. Corporate Citizenship’s team analyzed corporate mentions of the SDGs to better understand how companies are engaging with the sustainable development goals.
In their newly released research, they site examples from CNJG member Johnson & Johnson about how they are framing their corporate philanthropy around the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).