New SDGs Report, Impact Measurement and DJSI Webinars

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Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals: New Report and Webinar
Business Action and Millennials' Perspectives

One year on from the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), our new research reveals that although business awareness of the SDGs has increased in the past year, tangible action to address the Global Goals has been slow to follow.

81% of millennials surveyed by Corporate Citizenship said they believe the private sector has a very important role to play in achieving the Global Goals, but the majority of companies surveyed are not yet taking action to address them. Download the report below to delve into the insights of both business and millennials, as we look at how to close the prevalent trust-deficit between the two.

Download Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals

To accompany the launch of the new report, we are running two complimentary webinars on Tuesday 4th October to share the research findings and business insights. Sign up for The Global Goals One Year On: Business Action vs. Expectation webinar below.

Register for the 9:30am BST webinar
Register for the 4:30pm BST webinar

Measuring and Maximising Your Company's Impact
Webinar: Tuesday 25th October

Conversations in the business world are increasingly turning to impact. But what does impact really mean for business and what action should your company be taking to map, measure, and address its most important impacts?

Register for the 9:30am BST webinar here
Register for the 4:30pm BST webinar here

Join us as we explore how companies can adopt an impact-focused lens to understand their greatest opportunities and challenges across the value chain.

How to get value from the RobecoSAM Percentiles Database 
Webinar - Wednesday 12th October

Through the RobecoSAM Percentiles Database companies will now be able to see exactly how they compare with each other company in the industry.  Moreover they will be able to do so on a criterion by criterion basis.

Hosted by Corporate Citizenship in collaboration with RobecoSAM, in this webinar we will consider:

What the database is and how it works
How to use the database to establish full understanding of your performance topic-by-topic
Integrating the information into your plans to improve year-on-year
Using the database to strengthen your sustainability communications
Register for the 9:30am BST webinar here
Register for the 4:30pm BST webinar here

Best Practice Workshop - Singapore 13th October
Sustainability Reporting and Communications

The workshop is designed to help sustainability and CR practitioners in various aspects related to reporting and communications. During this session we will discuss:
- Succeeding in making the business case for sustainability
- Best Practice in sustainability reporting and troubleshooting
- Strategic community engagement, measurement and reporting
- The world of sustainability rankings, ratings & awards
Find out more and register here

Catch up on our latest blogs and articles

We've been busy writing about a number of sustainability and corporate responsibility topics this month. Here's a round-up of the latest:
Long Term Value for Investor Relations and Corporate Responsibility
Richard Hardyment
Investment and Corporate Sustainability: Ageing Reflections
Peter Truesdale
Time for New Thinking on Corporate Purpose
Mike Tuffrey
It's Time to Talk about the Business Benefits of Social Investment
Charlie Ashford
Corporate Responsibility Scandals: What's the Damage
Linnea Texin
Stakeholder Engagement: What Does it Mean and Are We Getting it Right?
Georgina Shiplee
Click here for additional Sustainability and CR blogs

Webinar catch up

If you missed our latest webinars, recordings are now available on the Corporate Citizenship website. Catch up via the links below:
The Healthcare Sector and the Sustainable Development Goals
Maximising the Value of Materiality

Welcoming new LBG members

Corporate Citizenship is pleased to welcome Reckitt Benckiser Group plc and Unite Students to the LBG network.
LBG is the global standard for measuring corporate community investment and philanthropy. More than 220 companies are part of the LBG member network.

Conference discount codes 2016

We are delighted to be partnering with a number of great conferences and summits again throughout 2016, which means we are able to offer our readers great discounts. Please find discount codes below:
Water and Long-Term Value Symposium - Skytop Strategies  
San Francisco: 5 - 6 October  
Please email pulliam@ for a 25% discount on tickets
The Strategic Win-Win Corporate Charity Partnerships Conference - Global Insights Conference   
London: 11 October
Quote Corporate Citizenship to receive a £150 discount on tickets 
Sustainable Supply Chain Summit - Ethical Corporation
London: 20 - 21 October
Use code CC20 to receive a 20% discount on tickets
CR Reporting and Communications Summit - Ethical Corporation
London: 20 - 21 October
Use code CC20 to receive a 20% discount on tickets
Sustainable Investing in Emerging Markets - Financial Times
London: 25 October 
Use code CCB20 to receive a 20% discount on tickets
5th Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development - Global Initatives
Singapore: 22 - 24 November 
Use code COCIRBFSD16F to receive a 20% discount on tickets 

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