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CSR and SDO: what are they?


CSR: Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) represents the integration of the principles of sustainable development and its three pillars - environmental, social and economic - into the corporate world.

As defined by international standards, CSR consists of seven fields of action: 

CSR Action Areas

SDGs: Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted in September 2015 by the United Nations as part of the "2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: 17 sustainable development goals to eradicate extreme poverty, combat inequality and preserve the planet.
List of SDGs

CSR challenges and the SDGs

Organizations have a crucial role to play in implementing the SDGs, contributing to the well-being of countries and the preservation of quality of life. A responsible approach involves defining a strategy aligned with these global objectives. The actions undertaken by each organization can have a significant impact on the world around us. To achieve this, the implementation of precise indicators and the use of tools such as dedicated platforms are essential. It's a global approach that requires the active participation of industry players and the coordination of efforts on an international scale. Companies, as players in the world of work, must take their place and commit to responsible practices to help achieve the UN's SDGs. The health of our planet and its inhabitants largely depends on the actions we take today. It's a challenging but necessary step, to guarantee a positive impact on life and the quality of our environment.
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