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    Global Survey on Sustainability and the SDGs: Results published

    S&C in collaboration with Yale University, Center for Business and the Environment, has developed and managed a worldwide survey on sustainability and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The survey is financed by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety as part of the support program “Export Initiative for Environmental Technologies”.

    Approx. 27,000 people from 174 countries participated. The results show that the SDGs are barely known – also among business representatives. The results have been presented, among other things, on September 5th on the 12th Convergences World Forum in Paris and at a side event of the UN SDG Summit in New York on September 26th.

    The result report can be downloaded now at the Global Survey website.

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    Sino-German Sustainability Summit

    On June 27, the first Sino-German Sustainability Summit took place in Beijing. The objective was to further the cooperation between actors in China and Germany in order to reach the sustainable development goals (SDGs). More than 200 representatives from politics, business, the capital market and civil society attended the conference. Insights, experience and best practice examples were presented and discussed in lectures, panel discussions and workshops.

    The summit was organized by TÜV Rheinland in partnership with S&C.

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    NAP conference in Mexico City with S&C

    From 11-13 March 2020, S&C was part of the conference “Human Rights Due Diligence and Reparation and the Impacts of Business Activities” in Mexico City. S&C took an active part in a corporate workshop, engaged in dialogue with the participants, and reported on experiences with procedures for identifying human rights risks and complaint mechanisms.

    The conference was jointly organized by, among others, the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, Oxfam, Project Poder, OHCHR Mexico, OECD, ILO and the University of Monterrey. Its main objective was to launch the debate in Mexico on the need for binding legislation to deal with human rights impacts on business, with particular emphasis on human rights due diligence. Participants included large and medium-sized Mexican companies as well as political and civil society representatives.

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