Council Commitment Index​

Knowing that words alone are not enough, each organization is making a series of commitments about how we will operate our institutions to advance inclusive capitalism.


Organization Priority Areas Commitment SDGs
SDG Global Group SDG Global will promote sustainable development by building a funding platform for Africa, to provide a safe, secure; transparent channel to encourage the flow of capital into by the end of 2022.
SEAF SEAF will invest $100MM over the next 5 years, which combined with capacity-building activities to create jobs will, in turn, work to create stable economies.
SEAF SEAF is developing a new impact score card to measure the environmental and social impact of our portfolio companies by 2024.
SEAF SEAF commits to integrating our Gender Equality Scorecard© and ESG standards into our impact score card by 2022.
SEAF SEAF will expand our internal Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives across our global organization by 2023.
SEAF SEAF will promote equality by aiming to achieve our objective of equal pay for work of equal value by 2023.
Shinhan Card Shinhan Financial Group will promote the transition to a low-carbon economy by reducing its own carbon emissions by 46% in 2030 and the Group’s asset portfolio by 38% in 2030 and 69% in 2040.
Shinhan Card Shinhan Card supports the transformation, supply, and spread of zero emission vehicles as part of Shinhan Financial Group’s Zero Carbon Drive by converting 30% of our vehicles into zero emission cars in 2025, 70% in 2028, and 100% in 2030.
Simfoni Simfoni will identify and report on place-based impact metrics rooted in the lived experience of people by the end of 2025 and incorporate these across 100% of projects.
Simfoni Invest in 12 place-based projects to promote dignity and equality, skills for the future, wealth creation and employment, and community and social vitality by the end of 2021.
Simfoni Simfoni will make 90% of productive resource allocation in low-to-moderate income Client Communities tech enabled by the end of 2021. Client Communities are those with interest in our Economic Empowerment Funds, with a signed Notice to Proceed.
Smith+Co (Iberia) Smith+Co (Iberia) will promote diversity in the workplace by committing to gender parity in the workplace by 2025, and promoting the best people for roles regardless of gender, race, religion, or sexuality.
Souza, Mello e Torres Souza, Mello e Torres will support zero hunger initiatives by providing 50 hours of pro bono legal services in 2022 to a not-for-profit organization whose mission is aligned with food assistance and sustainable agriculture.
Souza, Mello e Torres Souza, Mello e Torres will support a national not for profit organization focused on working against homelessness in Brazil by completing 50 hours of pro bono legal services in support of these efforts by the end of 2022.
Souza, Mello e Torres Souza, Mello e Torres will promote inclusive and sustainable capitalism over the development and implementation of an ESG area and also promote seminars to client associations and self-regulatory bodies on ESG social impact agenda by the end of 2021.
Stanley Black & Decker By 2030, SBD committed to become a carbon positive organization by decarbonzing its operations and eliminating additional emissions through means of carbon capture to support the Paris agreement and the Science-Based Targets Initiative.
Stanley Black & Decker By 2030, SBD will achieve zero waste to landfill (ZWTL) across daily, direct operations (one-off construction and other events may be excluded).
Stanley Black & Decker SBD aims to use water sustainably wherever we do business. SBD will identify water risks and, where applicable, set context-based targets to address site-specific concerns in each river basin where it operates by 2030.
Stanley Black & Decker SBD will empower 10 million makers to thrive in a changing world by 2030 through STEAM education, vocational and trade skills, makerspace training, and employee career mobility, with 60,000 of those makers being our employees.
Stanley Black & Decker SBD will address unmet societal needs by delivering products that are innovative and purposeful to improve the lives of 500 million people by 2030.
Stanley Black & Decker SBD will design products for circularity across material selection, use and end-of-life considerations, with a goal of 100% reusable, recyclable, or compostable packaging by 2025, as part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's Global Commitment.
Stanley Black & Decker By 2025, two-thirds of SBD's supply chain will develop science-based Scope 1 and Scope 2 targets. By 2030, we’ve committed to reducing our absolute Scope 3 emissions by 35% compared to a 2017 baseline.
Stanley Black & Decker SBD will support communities by building a strong network through outreach and donating at least $10.5M by 2025 to strategically aligned racial equity related organizations.
Stanley Black & Decker SBD will expand our partnerships with minority- and women-owned businesses to increase supplier diversity spend from 3% to 10% by 2025.
Stanley Black & Decker Stanley Black & Decker is an early member of Paradigm for Parity® and has committed to achieving 50-50 gender parity in leadership by 2030.
State Street Corporation File an annual TCFD report that discloses against TCFD recommendations, including progress toward showing the impact of our investments on climate change and the impact of climate change on our investments
State Street Corporation Report to Board of Directors at least annually on material ESG issues; material issues are reviewed and updated every two years to reflect changes in emphases. Annual ESG goals are reviewed and discussed.
State Street Corporation Ensure annual ESG Report (formerly referred to as Corporate Responsibility Report) is in accordance with GRI Standards, satisfies EU Directive on Non-financial Reporting and includes full SASB and TCFD reports in Appendix.
State Street Corporation Signatory to Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures, 27.5% reduction of carbon use by 2030 against 2019 baseline
State Street Corporation 10% reduction of water use (on a per-person basis) by 2025 against 2015 baseline; 80% recycling rate of waste by 2025; carbon neutral for Scope 1 and Scope 2 beginning in 2020.
State Street Corporation State Street will increase female representation among SVP’s and above to 33% over 3 years and 36% over 5 years
State Street Corporation State Street will increase employees of color among SVP’s and above to 19% over 3 years and 22% over 5 years; increase diversity of Board by 2021.
State Street Corporation Measure senior executives’ progress toward business unit diversity goals as a component of their overall performance evaluations
State Street Corporation State Street is committed to creating an environment where all employees want to work – and in order to do so, works to offer employee wellness benefits that our employees value.
State Street Corporation In 2020, distribute $25M to non-profit organizations around the world, primarily in support of funding priorities of education and workforce development
State Street Corporation For every 16 hours volunteered for a single organization by an employee, State Street Foundation will donate US$500 to that organization.
State Street Corporation Increase engagement globally with publicly-traded companies on ESG issues, including gender diversity and racial equity; publish our engagement history and proxy voting in our annual stewardship report.
State Street Corporation Help launch initiative to provide financing and advice to small minority-owned businesses; increase our procurement spend with diverse vendors by 2022.
Suntory Holdings Limited Suntory Group aims to achieve net-zero GHG emissions across its entire value chain by 2050. Our Environmental Targets toward 2030 includes reducing GHG emissions by 50% from our direct operations as well as by 30% across our entire value chain.
SUST4IN SUST4IN will advise and train or provide assurance to organizations in low-income countries on a pro bono rate up to 40 hours in 2021 on the Sustainable Development Goals and other sustainability issues, both strategic and operational.
Sbeem Support the Telethon Foundation with a minimum contribution of €135,000 by the end of 2021 to fund the best scientific research into rare genetic diseases.
The Rockefeller Foundation The Rockefeller Foundation will invest $65 Million and leverage over $1 Billion in Private Capital by 2025 to help more than 10 Million low-wage workers and their families across the U.S. meet their basic needs and have a path to a better future.
The Rockefeller Foundation The Rockefeller Foundation will invest $65 million and leverage over $1 billion in private capital by 2025 to help more than 10 million low-wage workers and their families across the US meet their basic needs and have a path to a better future.
The Rockefeller Foundation As part of our commitment to end energy poverty by 2030, the Rockefeller Foundation is committing to empower 10 million people with access to reliable, renewable power by 2022.
The Serendra Group The Serendra Group's CEO commits to serve as a pro bono Advisor on at least two Gender-Lens Investing firms in the Asia-Pacific region, to promote female economic empowerment, and inclusion by the end of 2021.
The Wisdom Company The Wisdom Company commits to showing 30 owners and executives how to grow their companies at an environmentally and socially sustainable rate through the application of a wisdom-based methodology by June 8, 2022.
The Wisdom Company The Wisdom Company will apply wisdom to the establishment of stakeholder capitalism in 4 medium size companies which results in the enhancement of the value of people that contributes to increasing the value of the companies by May 2022.
TIAA TIAA is committed to sharing our responsible business practices and, in 2021, will publish an ESG Report.
TIAA TIAA is committed to using performance metrics for meeting and exceeding environmental industry standards at our corporate-leased properties in 2020, and our owner-occupied properties in 2021.
TIAA TIAA is committed to the transition to a low carbon economy including through the delivery of net zero carbon real estate portfolios by 2050.

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