After its revision last year, GIZ’s Environment Programme 2016–2020 now focuses on climate neutrality and sustainable procurement.
SuMi Trust supports the Principles for Responsible Banking as advocated in the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI).
Our member Smyrise received the national German Sustainability Award in the category large companies. Amongst others the jury acknowledged Symrise´s biodiversity agenda and its activities along the supply chain.
UPM has published a new biodiversity commitment, which is one of the company's responsibility targets for 2030. The new commitment and programme was presented at the Conference of the Parties (COP14) of the United Nations' Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
Our member Symrise has been nominated for the national German sustainability award 2018. Amongst others, Symrise develops and integrates biodiversity-friendly and sustainable cultivation of its raw materials with partners in the countries of origin.
You can now find the most important figures in the newly published Climate and Environmental Report 2016. GIZ has been reviewing its environmental data since 1999. By introducing the Corporate Sustainability Handprint (CSH), worldwide environmental data can now be collected.
Standing deadwood, referred to as snags, not only looks beautiful in a forest but is also useful to the environment.
By meeting the UEBT standard, a company assures customers that, when sourcing raw materials, biodiversity is conserved and used sustainably, and that all partners along the chain are treated equitably and paid fairly.
Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) published a new report on sector-related natural capital risks. Biodiversity was one of five natural capital factors that were examined. Most sectors have good reason to take action.
In a Communication on the EU Pollinators Initiative the EU Commission also addresses business as an important target group. Do you have a good practice example that you would like to share?