Green Lifestyle Initiative

An initiative from IBCSD to encourage private sector transforming its mindset and system and thus, implementing sustainable consumption and production.

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IBCSD Programs

IBCSD as an association led by CEOs who have a shared commitment in promoting sustainable development, using SDG as one of the guidelines for the implementation of programs and projects We target the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through six work programs to achieve systems transformation.

Food & Nature

People

Climate Energy

Redefining Value

Circular Economy

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IBCSD Updates

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Achieving SDG Through Education

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Youth: Key To A Sustainable 2030

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Rethinking Resilience in Business

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The Important Role of Women in Protecting The Earth

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RENEWABLE ENERGY: A PROFITABLE GREENLIFESTYLE

IBCSD Membership

If your company recognises the need for engaging on sustainable development and wants to learn more, you should join the IBCSD.

If you have an established sustainability strategy, but want to work together with other peer companies for greater collective impact, then the IBCSD presents an ideal opportunity for you. Whether you are in early or advanced stages, the main requirement for membership is a "commitment to action" and a willingness to share experience.

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Our Member

We are uniquely positioned to work with member companies along and across value chains to deliver impactful business solutions to the most challenging sustainability issues. Together we are the leading voice of business for sustainability.

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Publication

As part of the Indonesia SDGs series, IBCSD collects best practices on the initiatives from the IBCSD member companies to show how the private sector has contributed to the SDGs in Indonesia. These stories are expected not only to showcase the concrete actions that companies have taken part in achieving SDGs, but it is also a very useful tool to share the process, results, impacts, challenges and lessons learned on the different initiatives of a wide variety of the SDGs. Knowledge exchange on what works on the ground can be a good pillar for strengthening capacity among relevant stakeholders in achieving SDGs.

The documentation on Private Sector Contribution to Achieve SDGs in Indonesia consists of 59 program stories that are collected from the IBCSD’s 24 member companies. These programs are spread in 24 provinces across Indonesia. The beneficiaries cover around 534,537 individuals; 57,015 households and 682 villages. For more detailed stories, please download and read the full document.

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