‘Best Corporate Citizen Sustainability Award 2017’ will take into consideration the sustainable work done by local firms in line with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, when evaluating applications forwarded by companies for this year’s competition.
Accordingly, the competition will focus on what the competitors have done in order to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which focuses on areas such as, ending poverty and hunger, ensuring health and wellbeing, inclusivity and equitability and gender equality. UN SDG goals also promotes the management of water and sanitation, energy for all, achieving economic growth, building resilient infrastructure, reducing inequality within and among countries, build sustainable and safe cities, ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns, and also conserve and sustain the oceans, seas and marine resources
‘BCCS Award 2017’ is aimed at encouraging corporate institutions to adopt best sustainability practices and focuses on all stakeholders of the company ranging from employees, customers, community, shareholders, the Government and the environment.
The Chamber has lined up a galaxy of awards to recognize the best performers in corporate sustainability initiatives in Sri Lanka, ranging from the Best Corporate Citizen Sustainability Award 2017, Top ten corporate firms, Category awards, Sector awards to top performers of key sectors of the economy and The Best Presented Application, among other awards.
Applications for the ‘Best Corporate Citizen Sustainability Award 2017,’ are now being accepted and you can obtain more information by calling 115588851 or 50, or email to or download the application http://www.chamber.lk/events/11263/