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Sustainability guidelines
of HR4GREEN GmbH

HR4GREEN GmbH sees itself as part of a global network that fully supports the 2030 Agenda adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a global treaty for the future. As a global system of goals, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) contained in the Agenda provide a common language and a compass for the challenges of the 21st century.  

Our contribution to more sustainability

All of the innovation and investment power of business is needed for achieving the SDGs. The SDGs not only formulate challenges for which business participation is essential, they also make it possible to minimise risks, identify potentials and utilise them through responsible and sustainable corporate governance. The focus of our services is on SDGs 13 (Climate Action), 14 (Life Below Water) and 15 (Life on Land) in conjunction with SDG 9 (Industry, Innovation & Infrastructure). With our know-how, we want to contribute to avoiding that the climate crisis turns into a climate catastrophe. Our field of activity is the “human” factor in the organisational context with the facets of knowledge, awareness and action. This must be taken into account more strongly in strategies and processes and in the entire context of environmental protection, also beyond the aspect of the climate crisis (e.g. biodiversity and functioning water cycles). This goal is a great challenge for humanity – and we at HR4GREEN are doing our utmost to meet this challenge.

Our environmental guideline

We understand the creation of sustainable working conditions as well as the integration of climate compensating and neutralising measures as a task within our company and take responsibility for it. We are aware of our impact and influence on the environment and communicate this to the outside world through our employees. For this reason, we have established concrete guidelines on environmental policy. On the one hand as a guideline for the company and on the other hand as a stimulus and inspiration for outsiders. Our goal is to reduce the emitted CO2 to a minimum and to pay compensation in such a way that we operate as a fully climate-neutral company from the time of the company’s foundation. We use certified tools and calculators such as ecocockpit, the UN’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Calculator or KlimaManufaktur to record and calculate company-related emissions. The environmental guideline applies to the entire company, is reviewed annually and adjusted if necessary.