New Director and Head of Hamburg Office

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Sibyl Anwander as Head of our Hamburg office and new Director! Sibyl was born in Switzerland and was already enthusiastic about agriculture as a child – a passion that is reflected in various professional areas and still drives her today.
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Hidden Champion Award

Exciting news from Gärtnerplatz in Munich: Our long-standing commitment to sustainable development has now been recognized by receiving the first place as Hidden Champion of the consulting industry in the field of sustainability.
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sustainable & denkstatt introduce new webinar series

Even though greenhouse gas emissions have fallen worldwide due to reduced economic activity, investors are demanding, especially now, that companies pursue a long-term strategy that goes beyond short-term reductions in corporate climate impact.
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sustainable enters into partnership with the denkstatt group

Since January 2020, sustainable has been cooperating with the denkstatt group from Vienna, Austria. The cooperation focuses on tailor-made solutions for practically all sustainability issues and the effort to reach the next level together with the customer.
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DAX 50 ESG: Deutsche Börse presents new sustainability index

The new DAX 50 ESG index lists companies that have to meet certain environmental, social and governance criteria. Since March, the DAX 50 ESG has been designed to satisfy the growing demand for sustainable investment opportunities in Germany.
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SBTi officially confirms sustainable’s climate target

sustainable AG commits to reducing its absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 18% until 2025 and by 100% until 2050.
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DGCN publishes update of discussion paper on carbon accounting of scope 3 supply chain emissions

sustainable AG is co-author of an updated discussion paper published by the UN Global Compact Network Germany about successful data collection and calculation of upstream GHG emissions associated with purchased goods and services (scope 3.1).
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Lieferkette-Supply Chain-Scope 3

New discussion paper “Overcoming barriers for corporate scope 3 action in the supply chain”

Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that occur in the upstream supply chain are a hotspot in the GHG inventory of many companies. For WWF Germany, sustainable has described common challenges and possible solutions in tackling GHG emissions in the supply chain.
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Klimapakt sustainable AG

Munich’s largest companies start into second round of “Klimapakt Münchner Wirtschaft” with the municipality of Munich

The Munich Climate Pact II – the successor project to the Munich Climate Pact I (Klimapakt Münchner Wirtschaft) – began with a festive kick-off event. At its kick-off on October 21, 15 major Munich companies once again signed a voluntary self-commitment. sustainable AG will act as a consulting partner and moderator of the local network...
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