The responsibility report describes our work to promote sustainable development. The report describes how the State Treasury has contributed to the achievement of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in 2022. The report also describes the State Treasury’s environmental footprint and responsible activities as an employer.
The Sustainability Report focuses on the State Treasury’s ‘handprint’, i.e. the ways in which we have been able to influence the achievement of the selected UN Sustainable Development Goals while performing our duties. The following three goals were selected for reporting in 2022: 3 Good health and well-being, 8 Decent work and economic growth, and 16 Peace, justice and strong institutions. This time, the strongest focus was on issues related to the development of effective, accountable and transparent institutions (UN Sustainable Development Goal 16.6).
In addition to the measures promoting the Sustainable Development Goals, the Sustainability Report also describes our environmental footprint and our measures for reducing it. The Report also includes a separate chapter on responsible employer activities, i.e. how the State Treasury ensures the occupational well-being of its personnel and their ability to cope with their work.
The handprints presented in the State Treasury’s Sustainability Report 2022 are listed below. In addition, we have highlighted some examples of socially responsible employer activities and the key figures describing our environmental footprint.