SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, March 30. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Autonomous Community of the Canary Islands participates again this year in a consultation with companies in order to find out the degree of implementation in productive entities of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) of the 2030 Agenda.
This action, which is massive throughout the country and carried out by the United Nations Global Compact in Spain, has just been launched and is aimed at all national firms, regardless of their size, sector of activity or nature.
The process launched these days is similar to the one opened two years ago, in 2020, in which nearly 150 productive entities based in the archipelago have already participated, the Government reports in a note.
This new consultation constitutes a great opportunity to find out what situation Canary Islands companies are in in relation to the degree of compliance with the 2030 Agenda and its 17 SDGs and also to identify the training and support needs of these entities and proceed to the preparation of the first Progress Report of the Canarian Agenda 2030, whose strategic framework has been approved and released to the public on December 2 with an official presentation at the Jameos del Agua (Lanzarote).
As explained by the General Director of Research and Coordination of Sustainable Development of the Government of the Canary Islands, David Padrón, “all these reasons are sufficient to encourage companies and freelancers in the Canary Islands to participate in the new consultation of the Global Compact for United Nations in Spain”.
With the same purpose, a link has been made available to companies on the Internet through which they can access the launch page, which explains the entire process and also offers information for companies interested in this participatory action. .