With more than 400,000 readers all over the world, the recently released Global Goals Yearbook 2019 is one of the most widely distributed Sustainability & CSR publications. This year’s edition offers answers on how to find an inspiring and future-oriented corporate purpose, and how it can be aligned in such a way that it brings profitable growth and social responsibility in concert.
The Yearbook includes contributions from academia, non-profit organizations, as well as business. Corresponding to the idea of learning from role models, the Global Goals Yearbook 2019 includes 34 good practices of corporate participants that showcase different approaches to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
We’re very excited to announce that iPoint is once again among these good practices with an article about a study on the EU Non-Financial Reporting Directive (NFRD). Commissioned by iPoint, the study by research NGO Development International investigated the effect of this new reporting obligation and determined the degree of non-financial transparency of more than 1,100 companies in three EU countries.
You can read the article by iPoint here (PDF download).
The entire yearbook is available here.
About the Global Goals Yearbook
The Global Goals Yearbook is a publication in support of the SDGs and the advancement of corporate sustainability globally. It offers proactive and in-depth information on key sustainability issues and promotes unique and comprehensive knowledge-exchange and learning in the spirit of the SDGs and the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact. The Global Goals Yearbook helps to advance corporate transparency, promotes the sharing of good business practices, and, perhaps most significantly, gives a strong voice to the regional and global stakeholders that are at the heart of the sustainability agenda.