Our Concept

Sustainability is not just an expression of philanthropic idealism; sustainability in synergy with technological innovation leads to development of both the private and public sectors. It creates economic, social and environmental value, attracts the best talent, reduces costs and besides, generates trust and genuine connections with the community.

VerdEscandinavia designs and implements solutions for sustainable development to become a concrete reality.

The 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals constitute our frame of reference.

The 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

On 25 September 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 global goals for sustainable development. They aim to solve the major problems of our world by 2030. We must eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, reduce inequalities, and combat climate changes. We must be able to live a prosperous life and make sure that our planet is in great shape for future generations. With the Global Goals the UN has set sail on a more sustainable future for everyone on the planet – that is a bigger challenge than it was to put a man on the moon.

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About VerdEscandinavia

We provide consultancy services, training and design of sustainability plans for both the public and private sector. Our starting point is the experience and knowledge generated in Scandinavia, the world leader in sustainable development and green economy.

Why VerdEscandinavia?

Green Economy: A New Look at Development

The UN Environment Program (UNEP) has defined the green economy as an economy that generates economic prosperity while reducing environmental impact. In short, it is possible to generate economic development while at the same time respecting the limits of environmental systems at local, regional and global level.

The  Circular Economy and the Collaborative Economy are part of the green economy and relate directly to sustainability. Both economic models aim to maintain the value of products, materials and resources for as long as possible. They also intend to minimize waste.

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Historically, economic growth and the environment have moved in opposite directions. Today we have no choice but to make them work together.