Does your organization want to contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals?
We frame your business goals in context of the UN SDGs and help define measures for implementation.
Is your company now obligated to disclose non-financial and diversity information to fulfill new national reporting regulations across Europe?
We support you in sustainability reporting, fulfilling both legal requirements, as well as using globally accepted reporting standards such as GRI.
Are you planning a risk assessment of your supply chains, as well as a due diligence assessment regarding human rights compliance?
Ranging from pragmatic risk analyses to comprehensive hotspot analyses, we support you in identifying and evaluating risks in supply chains.
Your customers are asking you to answer questionnaires and to provide evidence of completed audits.
We assist you in answering questionnaires, analyze the need for action, and advise you in the implementation to improve your sustainability performance.
Are you planning to develop or refine your sustainability strategy and/or business strategy based on a materiality analysis matching your company’s status quo?
Status quo analyses with or without involving stakeholders, strategy workshops, or implementation planning - we know the do's and don'ts and support you in identifying the business case for sustainability.
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”.
The survey was closed at the end of June and the approx. 27,000 responses from 174 countries have been evaluated by Yale University. The results have been presented, among other things, on September 5th on the 12th Convergences World Forum in Paris and will be presented at a side event of the UN SDG Summit in New York on September 26th.
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.
The DIRK—the German Investor Relations Association, and S&C have, in collaboration with the DVFA (German Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management) completed a survey among Investor Relations managers, institutional investors and ESG rating agencies. The aim of the study was to find out the meaning of sustainability from the perspective of companies and investors, as well as to collect information on the quality and usefulness of ESG ratings.