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Business leaders collaborating for sustainable development!

Elif is proud to join WBCSD Turkey network, a key global platform whose sustainability objectives are closely aligned with the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. After its membership in 2015, Elif has been participating actively in the seven working groups it is involved. By acting together with WBCSD Turkey, we will contribute to the transformation of our sustainability projects and programmes for improved sustainability and health while gaining insight into the evolving needs of our customers.

Elif has joined the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)’s regional network. WBCSD is a global organisation of over 200 leading businesses and partners working together to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable world. With over 60 members, WBCSD Turkey network continues its studies under 10 sustainability topics. Elif participates in Energy, Sustainable Agriculture and Access to Food, Sustainable Consumption, Women Empowerment, Circular Economy, Innovation and Sustainability Reporting working groups of WBCSD Turkey network.

This brings Elif in a strong position to connect with the international community of sustainable businesses. By thinking ahead, advocating for progress and delivering results, the WBCSD network both increases the impact of its members’ individual actions and catalyses collective action that can change the future of our society for the better.

 The WBCSD is a CEO-led organisation of forward-thinking companies that galvanises the global business community to create a sustainable future for business, society and the environment.

From its starting point in 1992 to the present day, the Council has created respected thought leadership on business and sustainability.

The Council plays the leading advocacy role for businesses. Leveraging strong relationships with stakeholders, it helps drive debate and policy change in favour of sustainable development solutions.

The Council provides a forum for its 200-member companies - who represent all business sectors, all continents and a combined revenue of over $US 7 trillion - to share best practices on sustainable development issues and to develop innovative tools that change the status quo. The Council also benefits from a network of 60 national and regional business councils and partner organisations, a majority of which are based in developing countries.