The Sustainable Development Goals, SGDs are a list of seventeen established goals that provide a roadmap for the international community to combat a variety of inequalities across the globe. Goal 1 is quite clear in that the list is aimed at reducing poverty in all forms, while there are other goals that are a bit more refined in their scope and direction. For example, Goal 12: ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns. As the author notes, Goals 1-4, 6, and 10 are useful as a roadmap, specifically as it relates to the books theme of investigating the corporate responsibilities on the matter. However following the SDGs alone will not resolve or illuminate the corporate responsibilities on socio-economic rights of the citizens of the nations they serve. Yet corporations could take up the mantle of checking the boxes of the various SDGs, engendering themselves with consumers, and providing a platform for greater profit seeking endeavors. A global partnership of corporations and national governments may be the only way to exact great success in many of these goals, and therefore it is useful for policymakers and advocates for success of SDGs to consider the possibility of using the resources of corporations in a more formal way to meet these goals.