Aligning SDG Goals – The Next ESG Challenge

The term “sustainable development” has been in existence for decades — 30 years ago, in 1987, the World Commission on Environment and Development proposed developing new ways to assess progress toward sustainable development in the “Brundtland Report.”

Historically, there was a lack of comprehensive goals or targets for “the future we want” and a lack of adequate monitoring of progress toward enduring human and environmental well-being.  This absence of an overarching framework limited the ability to assess progress toward attaining sustainable development.

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