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 …
( read original story …)


Related Post

American tourism: Millennials opt for family vacat...
views 144
According to Google, Athens is among the top 5 des...
Light earthquake 4 mag, 5 km NNW of Hitachi, Japan
views 170
A light earthquake with magnitude 4 (ml/mb) was re...
Tokyo stocks build on global Trump..
views 223
TOKYO: Tokyo stocks hit a two-month high Thursday ...
Softbank plans $18 billion IPO of mobile phone uni...
views 162
The parent will sell some 30 percent of SoftBank C...
Tokyo Governor’s New Party Vows to Scrap Ove...
views 154
TOKYO (Reuters) - A new party led by Tokyo Governo...
Osaka rolls Sasnovich with double bagel at U.S. Op...
views 30
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A ruthless Naomi Osaka crushe...
Japan disaster minister resigns after earthquake g...
views 240
TOKYO // Japan’s disaster reconstruction minister ...
US launches unarmed ICBM from California in system...
views 194
Reports: Trump administration discussing ways to c...
Japan Negotiating with U.S. For Iranian Oil Import...
views 35
... that should not affect energy supply or have ...
Japan, U.S. agree on collaborative approach to Kor...
views 243
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence (L) and Japanese De...