Why does business care about maintaining biodiversity? In short, because biodiversity matters to everyone and everything.
Achieving the United Nations’ (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) requires US$2.5 trillion each year in developing countries. How can private sector resources best be leveraged?
As the United Nations’ (UN) “Decade of Action” for water begins this year, the role of business in the responsible stewardship of our most vital natural resource is most important than ever
Digital technology has been widely recognised as a vital tool to further sustainable development. But many people around the world still lack basic skills required to reap the benefits of the digital economy.
Translating the vision of the SDGs into action remains a major challenge. Tax is intrinsically linked to development, providing the revenue that states need to mobilise resources and reinforce national infrastructure.
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Many initiatives have highlighted the ways technology can be [...]
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Getting the architecture right: Attracting business expertise and action for sustainable development on the road to 2030
Building on ICC’s ECOSOC consultative status at the UN since 1946, the Global Business Alliance (GBA) is a deep and broad “talent pool” of expertise and resources for the SDGs.
World leaders convene in New York today to sign the landmark Paris Climate Agreement – as part of a full week of high-level meetings focused on the implementation of the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
With governments convening in New York City this week [...]