SDSN has partnered with the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, and Equitable Origin to create a shared understanding of how the renewable energy sector can most effectively contribute to the SDGs. This new report, Mapping the Renewable Energy Sector to the SDGs: An Atlas, maps the many points of intersection between renewable energy and the SDGs, including ways in which the renewable sector can contribute toward the realization of the SDGs, the risks renewable energy operations can pose for sustainable development and the realization of human rights, and the implications of the SDGs for the industry’s future operations.

This version of the document has been released for public consultation. We invite feedback on how the content can be improved from individuals and organizations, from all sectors including government, companies, academia, civil society, and international organizations. Feedback should be submitted via our feedback form by April 15, 2019.