Mar 15, 2022
Stattus4 supports the world's largest corporate sustainability voluntary initiative
Stattus4 has just joined the UN Global Compact in Brazil, an initiative of the United Nations (UN) to mobilize the business community in adopting and promoting, in their business practices, Ten universally accepted Principles in the areas of human rights, work, environment, and anti-corruption. With the creation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Global Compact also took on the mission of engaging the private sector in this new agenda.
Here at Stattus4, we were born with a focus on defending the environment, creating technology to preserve the essential, water! On our website (LINK), it is possible to verify the amount of water recovered by our customers through the use of our tools. In addition, we launched our Code of Ethics and Conduct (LINK) this year, in which we reiterate our commitment to the Principles of Human Rights, Work, and Anti-Corruption.
As a special initiative of the UN Secretary-General, the UN Global Compact is a call to companies around the world to align their operations and strategies with ten universal principles in the areas of human rights, work, environment, and anti-corruption. Launched in 2000, the Global Compact guides and supports the global business community in advancing UN goals and values through responsible corporate practices. With over 16,000 companies and nearly 4,000 non-business organizations, distributed in 70 local networks covering almost 170 countries, it is the world's largest corporate sustainability initiative. For more information, follow @globalcompact on social media and visit our website at www.unglobalcompact.org.
By joining the Global Compact, we commit to annually reporting on our progress toward the Ten Principles. Thus, the initiative stimulates the constant evolution of internal sustainability practices. Companies wishing to participate can find more information at www.pactoglobal.org.br.
The UN Global Compact Brazil was created in 2003 and today is the third-largest local network in the world, with more than 1,600 participants. The more than 40 projects conducted in the country mainly cover the following themes: Water and Sanitation, Food and Agriculture, Energy and Climate, Human Rights and Work, Anti-Corruption, Engagement, and Communication. For more information, follow @pactoglobalbr on social media and visit the website at www.pactoglobal.org.br. Also, access Stattus4's profile (LINK) on the Global Compact website.