Tapio - Carbon Strategy Platform

Our site saves cookies on your device in order to better personalize content and track traffic. You can disable the usage of cookies by changing the settings of your browser. By browsing our website without changing the browser settings you grant us permission to store that information on your device. Learn more.

Scroll Indicator


Vanille Duchêne

Dec. 11, 2020

Key concepts

Within the macro area of the ecological transition, it is important to mention the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. This plan of action was signed in September 2015 by the General Assembly of the United Nations and came into force on January 1st, 2016. This Agenda has identified 17 objectives and 169 targets, known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), towards which members states aim to end extreme poverty, and create a fairer, environmentally sustainable world (United Nations). Participants are thus called upon to change their approach with a view to achieving the targets by 2030. To track global progress towards the SDGs, a set of 230 indicators was adopted on March 11, 2017, by the UN Statistical Commission. These indicators, as defined at that time, are intended to serve as the primary basis for monitoring global progress towards the SDGs.


The 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the UN

The commitment to these goals involves not only member states and their citizens but also companies, which make the pursuit of sustainable development objectives part of their corporate objectives. That way, businesses acknowledge the importance of their activities and the impact they have on society, thus actively participating in the change of the latter itself. These objectives and targets rapidly became a universal language for all types of institutions, governments, businesses all around the world, sharing common sustainability values, guidelines and commitments, and fighting for the same aims and results. Indeed, they offer a holistic framework for entities to contribute to their realization over the next 10 years.


As soon as Tapio was launched, driven by the urge to take action and support the UN’s initiative, the founders Louis Collinet and Nathan Clarke decided to integrate two sustainable development goals in their strategy and action plan, the most relevant ones to them and their business. Indeed, by allowing companies and people to take ownership of their CO2 emissions to reach carbon neutrality in an easy, user friendly and automated way, Tapio’s carbon management software answers to SDG 9 – Build resilient infrastructure, promote sustainable industrialization and foster innovation as well as to SDG 13 – Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts


You have no idea which SDG your company could commit to? Or as an individual you would like to deep dive into one or several goals in particular ? Go have a look on the UN’s website and let yourself guide by your personal interests or your company’s core values.

Back to all articles