Projects

  • Future Leaders

         
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  • Action 2020

     
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  • SDG Compass

       
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  • Survey Reports

    These annual reports describe the outcome of a survey conducted by the Business Council for Sustainable Development in Hungary. They provide information about the opinions, experiences and expectations of respondents about the current situation of and trends in sustainable development in Hungary and give details about their performance and targets. The survey is always based on the ’Recommendations for Business leaders: The Complex Interpretation of corporate Sustainability’. Survey was conducted using an electronic question­naire and was analysed and summarized by an independent consultant and the report was then edited based on this summary by the Working Group and staff of BCSDH. The survey is neither statistically valid nor representative but it highlights the opinions of company leaders who are shaping approaches to local sustainability through their commitment and action.   Survey Report 2017 – Corporations Advance the Cause of Sustainability In 2017, beyond collecting information about general trends and accomplishments, the survey had a special focus on environmental responsibility. Survey_2017   Survey Report 2016 – Transparency: an obstacle or benefit to companies in Hungary? In 2016, beyond collecting information about general trends and accomplishments, the survey had a special focus on transparent operation. Survey_2016_short From this year a detailed analysis of the […]
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  • Recommendation for business leaders

    „We believe that the key to the long-term success of a company is an executive director and management who are aware of the concept of sustainable development and are able to interpret it in a complex way in decision making. By putting forward the recommendations our aim was to draw up principles that can provide guidelines for corporate leaders in Hungary. In order for this to be successful, they were drafted in cooperation with business executives and sustainable development experts. Thus, we hope that they will be received widely and with open-mindedness. For this reason, we welcome and look forward to the support of other corporations, those corporations who agree with the principles, wish to lead by example as well as manage their companies accordingly.” István Salgó, President, Business Council for Sustainable Development in Hungary
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  • Vision 2050

    The Vision 2050 project addressed three questions: What does a sustainable world look like? How can we realize it? What are the roles business can play in ensuring more rapid progress toward that world?
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