Do Social Innovation
What We Do
There are two things we focus
Incorporating Sustainability into ESG Brand
Incorporating Social Innovation into Philanthropy
ESG Forum 2019
ESG TRANSFORMATIONS IN ECONOMICS AND SOCIETY
(SOCIAL ASPECTS OF ESG)
SDG Forum and InnoESG Prize Presentation 2020
SDG INTO ESG INVESTMENT
Mr. Albert Yip
Representative, ESG Investing Task Force on Banking & Finance United Nations ESCAP
Mr. Tom Chan
Chairman, The Institute of Securities Dealers
Mr. Mike Wong
CEO, Chamber of HK Listed Companies
Mr. Brain Ho
Partner, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY
Mr. Simon Mak
CEO, Ascent Partners (an valuation company with ESG focus)
Mrs. Amy Chan
Chairman, Child Development Matching Fund
28 April 2020, Hong Kong
Future-proof Your Projects for a Sustainable World
Assessing the impact of corporate activities with a focus on the sustainable future remains a challenge for many companies.
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, and Unilever.
Effective Communications with External Stakeholders
Many customers, users and stakeholders, especially those in the younger generations, have pressed companies to go beyond the standard ESG approach—which measures performance by limiting corporate impact (internal)—and explore ways to actually improve the world around them (external). 46% of institutional investors show that the social factors of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) improvements are the most difficult to analyse and integrate.
To that end, some see the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) as an opportunity to guide companies toward areas of positive, measurable impact for the sustainable future. For the business world to embrace a new vision of success, credible leaders have to show the way. It needs simple, comparable sustainability/social impact tools to communicate to mass market in an easy to understand way.
SDG World Records
Recognizing Sustainability/Social Impact around the world
The SDG World Records (SDG.do) is a system to recognize sustainability/social impact with criteria that are 1) linked with the SDG, 2) the best in the world, 3) verifiable, 4) measurable, and
5) breakable for moving towards a sustainable future.
Becoming a world record holder can create a sense of ownership towards building a sustainable world for a business’ customers, and displays (via marketing such as an official certificate, record holder logo and unique eCertificate URL <RandomAuthCode>) not only their commitment to sustainability, but their contribution to Sustainability Achievements and Socially Responsible Investment as well.
More Record Breakings mean Sustainability improves around the World!
The accolade is further confirmation that the territory is moving in the right direction as it seeks to rebuild “stronger, greener and in a more sustainable manner”.
Minister for Natural Resources, District 9
The Virgin Islands
Contributing to SDG-14 Life Below Water and
SDG-15 Life On Land
Transforming Business for a Sustainable Economy
Sustainability does not have to come at a cost. A well-designed sustainability program can help companies increase profits by generating interest cost savings, brand renewal, and reducing investment risk.
A sustainable future is built by everyone who works for, buys from, invests in, learns from, teaches about, or supports businesses striving to create a shared and durable prosperity for all.