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Anfang Juli zeigte das Thermometer am Flughafen von Anchorage 32,2°C an – 2,8° mehr als der bisherige Rekord. CO2-Fußabdruck des US-Militärs riesig Die komplexe Logistik, Kriegsführung und die damit verbundene riesige Infrastruktur – mit treibstoffintensiver Fortbewegung in der Luft, auf dem Boden und auf dem Wasser – führen zu einem enormen CO2-Fußabdruck des US-Militärs. Wir wünschen Ihnen viel ... Continue Reading →
Slovakia: denkstatt on the first ever Sustainability Summit in Bratislava Under the guidance of Be SmartHead, Bratislava hosted the first Sustainability Summit to have ever taken place in Slovakia on June 20th. The local and regional sustainability leaders addressed a crowd of 200 participants and shared ideas and experience on building a sustainable future with SDGs and companies as drivers of ne... Continue Reading →
On the 28th of November, denkstatt attended the Natural Capital Coalition (NCC) "Collaboration Day" – the annual event of the NCC bringing together its members and assessing state of play. denkstatt is a member of the Natural Capital Coalition's Advisory Board and has contributed to the development of the Natural Capital Protocol (the de-facto standard for corporate natural capital assessments). I... Continue Reading →
Austrian community catering supplier GOURMET leads the way in energy efficiency with first European industry project certified by the Investor Confidence Project. The Investor Confidence Project’s innovative Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ certification has been awarded to a waste heat utilisation project at GMS GOURMET GmbH. The project uses waste heat of two fast cooling plants to support the ... Continue Reading →