Global Sourcing Council+Company Pledge Depth - SDG2
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Company Pledge Depth - SDG2

How much did the company pledge to advancing SDG 2?
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About

This metric covers Sustainable Development Goal 2 of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Goal 2 aims to end hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture. Improved sustainable agriculture is critical as the world’s population grows and demand on global food systems intensifies. Thus, supply chains can benefit from playing a critical role in designing and delivering effective, scalable and practical solutions for food security and sustainable agriculture.


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Methodology

Go to the Half-Billion Dollars Challenge page of the Global Sourcing Council website. Using the dynamic GSC Half-Billion Challenge Progress Barometer you can view a list of companies that have taken the pledge.

  • Click on the tab “All Pledges” to see the total financial capacity that has been pledged to the SDGs in the Half-Billion Dollars Challenge.

  • Click on the tab “By SDG” to view the breakdown of financial capacity that has been pledged to each SDG.

  • Click on the tab ‘By Organization’ to view the list of organizations that have taken the pledge.

  • Select the company you are to research from the list. Then, using the drop-down arrow you can determine how much the company in question has pledged to advancing SDG 2.

For project partners and data analysts who have set out to research this indicator, the Global Sourcing Council suggests the following methodology:

  • Global Sourcing Council

  • Corporate Social Responsibility Report

  • Annual Report

  • CSO Statements or Reports

  • Investigative Reports, Surveys, Articles, etc.

  • SDG Indicators