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To be a responsible business, organisations need to be underpinned by responsible governance and transparency. These need to be accompanied by leadership at every level.

Healthy Businesses is at the centre of BITC’s Responsible Business Map, which guides our members on a journey of continuous improvement, working across the whole responsible business agenda.

Business in the Community is a network of progressive businesses who look beyond the profit motive, who want to make a difference within society and who are prepared to collaborate to bring about change.

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Case Studies

Jacobs: delivering social value through the Global Goals

Solution provider Jacobs has identified six sustainable business objectives aligned to the Global Goals, where the company can have the greatest impact in creating a sustainable future for all.
Case Studies

Tideway: London’s ‘Super Sewer’ – using the Global Goals

Read how Tideway is building a 25km tunnel to intercept millions of tonnes of sewage while meeting 54 wider environmental, social and economic commitments mapped against the Global Goals.
Case Studies

BNP Paribas: getting to know the Global Goals

In this case study BNP Paribas explains, in its own voice, an internal campaign to help staff understand the role they play in helping achieve the Global Goals.
Fact Sheets

An Introduction To Responsible Investment *

An Introduction To Responsible Investment provides information on the most important aspects of responsible investment for sustainability practitioners. It is only available to BITC members.