Receive guidance on how to prioritise within the sustainability field and how to formulate a long-term sustainability road map, increasing your profitability and competitiveness.

I would be happy to help your company

1. Define WHY sustainability is important for your business
2. Conduct a materiality assessment...

Including: Stakeholder dialogue, Risks and opportunities, Trend analysis, and Selection of relevant Sustainable Development Goals and targets

3. Set the sustainability/climate strategy and the roadmap forward...

Including: Goals, targets, key metrics and key actions

4. Formulate steering documents...

For example: Internal code of conduct, Code of conduct for suppliers, Sustainability policy, Environmental policy, Climate policy, Diversity and gender equality policy, and anti-corruption policy

5. Develop and improve your performance...

For example within the following areas: Climate and Environment, High Business Ethics and Anti-Corruption, Community Engagement, Diversity and Gender Equality, Sustainable Supply Chain and Human Rights

6. Monitor progress and develop a sustainability report

Would you like to know more?

Susann Dutt

CEO

+46 705 12 29 63

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Definitions

CSR

CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility. 


“CSR is the responsibility of enterprises for their impact on society. Companies can become socially responsible by integrating social, environmental, ethical, consumer, and human rights concerns into their business strategy and operations and following the law”


- The European Comission

Sustainable Development

“Sustainable development is a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” 


- The Brundtland Report:

Our Common Future, 1987

Sustainable Business

“Sustainable business encompasses human rights, work requirements, the environment and anti-corruption. These four main areas also incorporate gender equality, diversity and business ethics.” 


- Swedish Government