We believe that sustainability should encompass the planet as well as people. At RCGD Global, we’re convinced that in order to make progress, diverse representation is crucial among the people involved in the process. Collaborating with creatives, individuals, and talents from various walks of life worldwide to bring each one’s unique and diverse cultural and global lens to the table is one of the strategies our organization employs.
We trust that engaging in representative collaboration, incorporating ethnicities, ages, races, and sizes, can speak to a broader audience and include society. Geographically, our campaigns have partnered or engaged with creatives and promising emerging talents from different countries such as Australia, Brazil, Cambodia, China, France, Ghana, India, Ireland, Italy, Jamaica, Lebanon, New Zealand, Poland, Puerto Rico, Scotland, Switzerland, the UK, Ukraine, the USA, Venezuela, and Wales.
Our viewpoint revolves around bridging sustainability conversations across cultures, ages, races, and socioeconomic classifications, not solely borders. By telling more varied stories of sustainability’s past, present, and future through diverse cultural communities’ unique perspectives and experiences, we obtain alternative outlooks and represent culturally diverse citizens.
We recognize a prevalent gap in how the sustainability network can better represent the diverse cultures’ various scopes. We eagerly anticipate sharing our approach to cultural sustainability and how it will play a critical role in the sustainability landscape of the future.