Businesses operate in all sectors listed below. Use the sector hashtag to share best practices on the road to the sustainable development goals (#SDGs).

Check the corresponding tab for ISIC sector class maps and numbers under the listed ISIC sections:

A - Agriculture, forestry and fishing
B - Mining and quarrying
C - Manufacturing
D - Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply
E - Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
F - Construction
G - Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles
H - Transportation and storage
I - Accommodation and food service activities
J - Information and communication
K - Financial and insurance activities
L - Real estate activities
M - Professional, scientific and technical activities
N - Administrative and support service activities
O - Public administration and defence; compulsory social security
P - Education
Q - Human health and social work activities
R - Arts, entertainment and recreation
S - Other service activities
T - Activities of households
U - Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies


Guidance on content patterns and key concepts: Global Partnershipscopesocial architecture — actor maps — statute booksinitiative booksresource booksthree realm mapsgovernment functionsindustry sectors (ISIC: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J*, K, L, M*, N, O*, P*, Q, R, S, T, U) — municipal circles

Sector Maps as enablers for Sustainable Development

Small to large impact solutions, whether traditional or innovative, must be applied in the various sectors of industry, by people working in those sectors. A billion persons' small-scale efforts, a million corporations' larger-scale efforts, and a hundred thousands' (local) governments right policies would add up to large scale sustainable development, wouldn't it?
Section-level and local, nested class-level sector maps provide easy-to-use diffusion and feedback services to the private stakeholders in each and every sector, alongside the public stakeholders in each and every function of government. They facilitate a low-cost overcoming of goal-to-action-translation gaps in networks involving all sectors and administrations, and all members of society.

Towards Local Class-level Sector Maps

The section-level sector maps are named in accordance with the Sections of the ISIC Rev. 4. The P - Education is currently most elaborated.

We are currently in an awareness and low-hurdle engagement phase: each of us can contribute to sector-specific conversations by tagging content with a suitable #isicXXXX tag, where XXXX is one of the 419 class numbers in the table below, or by proposing posts for embedding in these pages.

Further developments include:

Questions, answers and comments about Economic activities (#isic & #b4sdgs)

Use the #tagcoding web forum for questions that are not about the topic of this particular page.

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