Better Companies for A Better Planet

The rhetoric around climate change is shifting, with terms like “Climate Crisis” and “Global Heating” becoming commonplace in leading international newspapers. This change is less to do with the growing scientific evidence of impending catastrophe and more to do with the efforts of those most at risk of inaction – our children.

In 2015, the United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development identified young people as the driving force for change – but only if they are provided with the skills and opportunities to contribute to sustainable development. Most countries signed up to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the Agenda. However, after four years, no country is on track to meet all of them - without collaboration, none will.

To succeed, we must cross political, geographical and academic boundaries to provide solutions that meet health, cultural, socio-economic and climate challenges. This means moving from narrow self interest to partnerships for the goals.

Read more here on the possibilities to change our future for better - together.