Corporate Japan embraces UN sustainable development goals

TOKYO — The term “SDG” has become the latest buzzword for corporate Japan as a growing number of companies look to integrate the United Nations’ sustainable development goals into their operations. The 17 SDGs were set by the U.N. in 2015 to tackle global …
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