Sustainable development goals

In 2015, the United Nations introduced 17 Sustainable Development Goals with the aim of making progress by 2030 in areas such as poverty, inequality, climate change, prosperity, environmental degradation, justice, and peace. The Sustainable Development Goals address challenges that are very relevant today, such as economic inclusion, geopolitical instability, and the impacts of climate change. Within the private sector, there is increasing attention to the SDGs, primarily focusing on finding new ways of doing business that combine economic growth with positive ecological and social impact.

At FSG, we also pay attention to the SDGs in our daily operations. We strive to implement as many SDGs as possible in our activities. In this way, we aim to make a positive impact on current social and ecological challenges. We focus mainly on the SDGs where we can have the most impact, incorporating them into our daily policies.

We mainly contribute to the following SDGs: Good Health and Well-being (goal 3), Quality Education (4), Gender Equality (5), Affordable and Clean energy (7), Decent work and Economic growth (8), Industry Innovation and Infrastructure (9), Reduced Inequalities (10), Responsible Consumption and Production (12) and Climate Action (13). 


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