In fall 2015, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which it aims to achieve by 2030 through a collaborative partnership between governments, industry, and society.

For a number of yeas Evonik is systematically dealing with the SDGs. In 2017, we therefore started to systematically examine and present the contribution made by our products to achieving the SDGs. This showed that many products that have above-average sustainability benefits are also key growth drivers.

We stepped up our focus on the SDGs in 2018. This resulted in the development our own method to help us identify the SDGs that are most relevant for the Group. Based on qualitative and quantitative criteria it has led to the following ranking:

Read more about the Evonik method: