Localized Sustainability Content
We work with sustainability thought leaders and pioneers to create customized contents for local businesses
At UN Global Compact Network Malaysia & Brunei, we work with sustainability thought leaders to develop high-quality, practical and localized sustainability content for businesses and practitioners to advance their SDG aspirations and equip themselves with the skills needed to support the transition to a sustainable business. Our partners include Taylors University, Tata Consultancy Services, Nottingham University Business School, and more.
As a local sustainability knowledge provider we produce various sustainability content with different range of topics for the public.
Some of our work includes:
UNGCMYB - Bursa Malaysia Corporate Sustainability Practitioner (CSP) Competency Framework
UNGCMYB together with Bursa Malaysia Berhad jointly developed a Corporate Sustainability Practitioner (CSP) Competency Framework. It is designed to help guide sustainability practitioners and support the transition to sustainable businesses. The framework communicates several competencies and capabilities across the areas of knowledge, skills, and beliefs. The identified competencies and sub-competencies are applicable to businesses of all industries, business models, and sizes. It also includes widely accepted practices and initiatives to assist practitioners in developing sustainability strategies, management programmes, and approaches to sustainability reporting.
Which Position Are Covered?
Chief Sustainability Officer
MAJU Toolkit serves as a guide for SMEs to leverage sustainability for growth, to accelerate their sustainability agenda and be a sustainable supplier, as they often are the supplier to corporates. This toolkit was also picked up by Oxford University and is the one and only ASEAN toolkit listed under their SME Climate Hub. Through the use of our MAJU Framework, its various tools and guides, we’ve made it easy for SMEs to take their first step by helping them make meaning, investigate, create, implement and improve your sustainability journey.
Set your sustainable aspirations
Select activities that create impact
Keep track of sustainability performance
Innovate to raise
In Malaysia, climate change remains one of the most undermined risks which organizations face today (especially among small-mid cap companies & SMEs). Given the crucial role of businesses in leading Malaysia towards achieving a low carbon future, this guide is produced with the aim to:
Strengthen the business case of embarking on a Low Carbon pathway
Present a “Total Climate Management” framework to guide businesses on their decarbonization journey
Produce localised case studies to inspire action
Access Our Guidebooks
We have conducted numerous CEO Roundtables within the past years with the aim to bring knowledge to the public. With this, our guidebooks are produced based on outputs from our CEO roundtable engagements programmes and have been made publicly available.
CEO Guide to Sustainability-Centric Businesses
The CEO Guide to Sustainability-Centric Businesses was released with our knowledge partner Capital Markets Malaysia (CMM)’s Centre for Sustainable Corporations (CSC) in building sustainable practices amongst public listed companies.
Malaysian Businesses for Positive Climate Actions – A CEO's Guide
This guide provides an easy reference to leaders of businesses who wish to transition their companies towards a net-zero carbon future. The development of the CEO's Guide is supported by HSBC Malaysia and is based on discussions in a series of CEO roundtables organised by UNGCMYB along with Tata Consulting Services (TCS) Malaysia, HSBC Malaysia, BMCC, Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and NUBS Malaysia.