In 2015, a group of well-respected business leaders got together in Geneva. People like Sir Richard Branson, Paul Polman and Bill Gates.
And what they launched that day gave the world something new; something we’ll look back on as a critical moment in time.
They laid out a plan for business to save our world.
The plan had 17 goals and they gave us until 2030 to reach those goals.
This plan became the Sustainable Development Goals (the SDGs) or the Global Goals. Think of it as a pathway for business and a pathway for humanity.
This brilliantly conceived and crafted book shows how ‘ordinary’ people are adopting, embracing and applying the goals and directly changing our world. More importantly, this book shows you how you can tread that pathway with them.
Alexander Inchbald, Andrew Bachour, Ben Walker, Bernadette Sarginson, Brian Keen, Catherine Yang, Cheryl Angela, Chris Beks, Christopher Wick, Craig Doyle, David Keith, Deanne Firth, Deborah Harris, Douglas Barra, Dr Hanan Al-Mutawa, Dr Madhav Narayan Sathe, Gary Tho, Goh Swee Chen, Harvee Pene, Heather Yelland, Helen Campbell, Jamie Selby, Jeannie and Paul McGillivray, Jeremy Bentham, Joanna Oakey, Jody Ann Johnson, Joshua Ngoma, Karen Longwith, Karina Grassy, Kirsten Hawke, Kristy Castleton, Linda Saddlemire, Louisa Lee, Masami Sato, Mathew Colin Davis, Monty Hooke, Natalie Jameson, Pam Featherstone, Paul Polman, Peter Fowler, Richard Flanagan, Robert Lee, Russell Byrne, Shane Black, Shannon Burford, Sian Conway, Stacey Kehoe, Stella Petrou Concha, Steve Pipe, Susie Hutchison, Susan Dean, Paul Dunn and Yves Daccord.