Many customers, users and stakeholders, especially those in the younger generations, have pressed companies to go beyond the minimal ESG approach—which measures performance by limiting corporate impact —and explore ways to actually improve the world around them.

To that end, some see the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as an opportunity to guide companies toward areas of positive, measurable impact. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development includes a declaration and a set of 17 goals and 169 targets for sustainable development and are a series of integrated steps that aim to tackle the world’s biggest social and environmental issues.


Companies who have already begun supporting sustainability through the SDGs include UBS, Citi, PwC, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Manulife, and Swarovski, Nike, Nestle, Unilever, etc.

How can companies effectively show regulators, potential customers and institutional investors their commitment to sustainability and social impact?

The ESG-On (all-in-one) Program has designed packaged plans for listed companies or subsidiary companies that make a convenient way to incorporate climate change into your ESG report. Partnering with different subject matter experts including NGOs , professional firms, and famous producers to provide SDG-linked and all-in-one program from broadcast “change message” from leaders, virtual world record events (external community engagement), tree planting around the world (actually improving the world), and writing and printing the ESG report.


To further explore ESG-SDG Mapping on ESG-On Program for both ESG reporting and your branding, please email


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