SEAA Trust,New Delhi is a member of UN Global compact Network India chapter  NGO  Member since 2020

United Nations Global Compact! 

SEAA Trust, New Delhi as a member of the UN Global compact India for the past three years we have been promoting awareness of the 17  SDGs that need to be flushed out before the year 2030 . In our just concluded 15th International Accreditation Conference UNGCNI  was adequately represented. Our focus mainly is about the SDG 4 relating Education and how Business schools should be able to take advantage of the Six Principles laid down by PRME, a member of United nations in their quest for building globally benchmarked quality using any one of the top rated  accreditation agency standards. . 

GLOBAL SDG BASED  STANDARDS IN EDUCATION 

SDG compliance is emerging an important aspect of global benchmarked quality building in Education. Accreditation agencies  and the ISO  (International Standards organisation)  explicitly mention  UN SDG as a benchmark that needs to be achieved while their standards are being met and complied with. 

  ISO standards are for  instance used as a basis to build public policy  to comply with the SDGs relating to public health, human rights, water, energy and education among others.

 

AACSB for instance to  help achieve the intended social impact while using its standards  in accreditation advocates  in Standards 1, 4 , 8  and 9 the goals set out in the SDG listing.

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Business education impacts all of the 17 UN SDGS. However, some of the UN SDGs are more relevant and impactful for business education:

UN SDG 4 - Access to quality education
UN SDG 8 -Decent work and Economic Growth
UN SDG 9 -Industry, innovation and infrastructure
UN SDG 10 – reducing
inequalities

UN SDG 12  Responsible consumption and production

UN SDG 16 - peace, justice and strong institutions

Maitri Aquatech the Indian fast growing SDG Pioneer 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Hyderabad based water resources company Maithri Aquatech  has done some pioneering work in the area of waster availability in the  arid regions and has successfully exported its patented water harvesting technology to 27 countries besides supporting a vast number of Indian  states. Its patented technology condenses water vapour from air that is then filtered and remineralized for drinking and other uses. 

The MEGHDOOT atmospheric water generator  uses refrigeration techniques and minimal energy to condense humidity from air. It sucks air through an electrostatic filter, and cooled coils provide a temperature differential that creates condensation. With MEGHDOOT, which in Sanskrit means Messenger of the Sky, the company says it has generated more than 100 million liters of fresh water from air.  Ramakrishna  Mukkavailli, the Founder and Managing Director of the company is one of  UN Global Compact SDG pioneers.  #sdgpioneers

UN Global Compact announces new SDG Pioneers

The 2022 SDG Pioneers announced at the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit today are: 

  • Gustavo Cirigliano, Chief Executive Officer, Sofis Solutions, Uruguay 

  • Denise Hills, Sustainability Director for Latin America, Natura &Co, Brazil

  • Viktor Ivanchyk, Chief Executive Officer, Astarta-Kyiv, Ukraine

  • Vera Karmeback, Sustainability Manager, RA International, United Arab Emirates

  • Ramkrishna Mukkavilli, Founder and Managing Director, Maithri Aquatech Pvt Ltd, India

  • David Orr, Trade and Investment Account Leader, Mott MacDonald, United Kingdom

  • Gabriel Tan, Director, GUAVA Amenities Pte Ltd, Singapore 

  • Chong Tong, Science & Technology Administrator, Suzhou Power Supply Company of State Grid Corporation of China, China

  • Dimitar Tsotsorkov, Chairperson of the Supervisory Board of Asarel-Medet JSC, Asarel-Medet JCS, Bulgaria

  • Iris van Wanrooij, Program Manager Corporate Social Responsibility, EMMA Safety Footwear, the Netherlands

 A road map for survival

The severity and magnitude of the challenges before us demand sweeping changes on a scale not yet seen in human history. We must start by ending armed conflicts and embarking on a path of diplomacy and peace – a precondition for sustainable development.

 

We simply cannot tolerate war and the senseless loss of precious lives and resources it entails. Second, we must adopt low-carbon, resilient and inclusive development pathways that will reduce carbon emissions, conserve natural resources, transform our food systems, create better jobs and advance the transition to a greener, more inclusive and just economy. The road map laid out in the SDGs is clear.

 

Just as the impact of crises is compounded when they are linked, so are solutions. When we take action to strengthen social protection systems, improve public services and invest in clean energy, for example, we address the root causes of increasing inequality, environmental degradation and climate change. Third, nothing short of a comprehensive transformation of the international financial and debt architecture will be required to accomplish these aims and to avoid a two-track recovery, with developing countries left behind.
The stakes could not be higher. If humanity is to survive, we must survive together, leaving no one behind. Liu Zhenmin Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs

                               Liu Zhenmin Under-Secretary-General for                                       Economic and Social Affairs