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03.05.2022 By Svenja Schröder
Everyone talks about sustainability, but do we all mean the same thing? The insurance industry can use its prominent position to make a major contribution to sustainable action. You may now be asking yourself how an insurance company can be sustainable in the first place. I will explain how in my blog post.
19.04.2022 By Sascha Tash
Sustainability and environmental protection are topics that are now part of our daily lives. The UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals have been designated by Germany’s current federal government as a guideline for political action. If we want to truly understand environmental problems, systematically analyse them and take action against them using IT systems, we must draw on our most crucial tool: environmental data. In my blog post, I’ll give you an overview of the possible ways to apply artificial intelligence (AI) to the field of environmental protection.
07.04.2022 By Anna Wäyrynen and Juhana Jutila
Bei der Bewertung von Nachhaltigkeitsbemühungen und -chancen, die über die Einhaltung von Vorschriften hinausgehen, ist eine der ersten Fragen natürlich der Business Case oder ROI. Gibt es wirklich messbare geschäftliche Gründe, warum wir mehr in die Nachhaltigkeit investieren sollten, als die Vorschriften oder De-facto-Standards vorschreiben, oder mehr als unsere engsten Wettbewerber?
22.03.2022 By Julius Glaser and Zoe Holdt
Above all, using green hydrogen as a sustainable and climate-neutral energy carrier may be the key to a more sustainable energy economy. In our blog post, you’ll find out why it’s more important than ever for policymakers to think beyond short-term actions.
15.03.2022 By Jens-Michael Blümel
Almost every corporate strategy claims that sustainability plays a key role in it. These statements often refer to raw materials, supply chains and production processes. The marketing world, on the other hand, is very fond of talking about sustainability, but usually lacks real concepts it can apply to itself.
03.03.2022 By Nehir Safak-Turhan
The megatrend of sustainability is the talk of the town. This topic doesn’t stop at the banking world; it will put the tried and true to the test and create something new. In my blog post, I provide a concrete explanation of what’s in store for banks.
28.01.2022 By Stephen Lorenzen, Georg Benhöfer and Lars Zimmermann
By creating the opening balance sheet on climate protection, Robert Habeck, Germany’s Federal Minister for Economics and Climate Action, has made it clear that there is still a lot to be done to achieve Germany’s climate targets. We have taken a look at the paper presented by Habeck and summarised the most important points in our blog post.
13.01.2022 By Stephen Lorenzen, Georg Benhöfer and Lars Zimmermann
On 24 November 2021, Germany’s Social Democrats, Greens and Free Democrats concluded on a coalition agreement that sets the course for the next legislative period. A central component is formed by energy industry specifications, measures and guidelines to enable a transition of the German energy sector and to accelerate the energy transition. We summarise the key points in our blog post.
09.11.2021 By Corinna John
How many kilometres of travel need to be saved to make a video conference ‘greener’ than a meeting or, in the end, isn't operating remotely generally much more resource-intensive than working traditionally on site? In my blog post, I introduce you to the Green Cloud Computing methodology and use the ‘video conference’ example calculation to answer the question of whether it is more environmentally friendly to attend a meeting on site or remotely from home.