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SUSTAINABILITY

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As a social enterprise, we use market mechanisms to pursue a greater cause - sustainable development. This means that all of our services are designed to achieve the best possible positive impact in the private and public sector. Moreover, we use at least 10 percent of our annual profits to organizations that help reduce global inequalities (SDG 10) through climate action (SDG 13) in countries that are most affected by climate change, such as conflict states or Small Island Developing States (SIDS).

"You can do good for yourself and the world at the same time“

- Chris McKenna, Senior Consultant MN International

OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE SDGs

"Humanity has the ability to make development sustainable to ensure that it meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.“

Brundtland Commission - Our Common Future, 1987

Through our informational and educational services, such as our podcast, Green is the New Black, and our workshops in Afghanistan, we seek to equip less fortunate members of the international community with the knowledge and skills to overcome poverty and hunger.

Through our informational and educational services, such as our podcast, Green is the New Black, and our workshops in Afghanistan, we seek to equip less fortunate members of the international community with the knowledge and skills to overcome poverty and hunger.

Together with our team members and clients, we work collectively to contribute to the achievement of SDG 3. This includes educational services that help to reduce stress, enhance productivity, and strengthen mental health, as well as advisory services on the nexus between climate change and health in the workplace, and much more.

Quality education is at the heart of all our services. No matter whether through our conferences, such as the SDiA, seminars at the world's top universities, or workshops with our clients - we believe that education is the most powerful tool to enable positive change.

More than half of our sustainability leaders are women. We welcome team members from all genders, have developed inclusive language in all of our programs,support women in leading positions through our women and leadership program, have flexible working hours and have initiated a number of measures to ensure a family-friendly working culture.

Through our podcast, Green is the New Black, our social media channels, as well as our educational formats, we raise awareness for SDG 6 and co-create solutions with participants of our events, such as the Sustainable Development in Action conference.

SDG 7 is an integral part of almost all of our services. We help our clients to move to renewable sources of energy, inform about SDG 7 through our informational and educational services, and integrate sustainable energy into our business model. Our online services are powered by renewable energy and we do everything we can to make our travels completely carbon-free.

Decent work is a multifaceted concept, which is of outmost importance to sustainability as a whole. It involves fair payment and working conditions, as well as (mental) health determinants. These are all essential aspects of our corporate identity and we strive to ensure that all of our team members have everything they need to make use of their potential. Moreover, with our workshops and seminars on effective working and management techniques, we help others to contribute to SDG 8.

We foster innovation for sustainable development through our educational activities, such as conferences and exchange programs like the Taiwanese German Sustainability Exchange Program (TGSEP), which we organize in collaboration with ExnerDigital.

Reducing inequalities was one of the main reasons why we established Momentum Novum and it still drives our main activities. Through our work we want to help less privileged members of our global society to receive the same chances we do. Therefore, we use at least 10 percent of our annual profits to organizations that help reduce global inequalities (SDG 10) through climate action (SDG 13) in countries that are most affected by climate change.

Cities are at the forefront of the world's sustainability challenges. The vast majority of the world population lives in cities, which hold large potential to move faster towards sustainable infrastructure, renewable energy, more inclusive societies, and more sustainability determinants. We want to contribute to SDG 11 through seminars and workshops on the opportunities of sustainable cities at our conferences, exchange programs and online formats.

Through our services on the circular economy, we help businesses and other organizations to move to more responsible consumption and production patterns. We assess the circularity of products and services, support our clients in the development of circularity strategies, and offer educational services on the circular economy, such as online seminars and educational campaigns.

All of our services are completely carbon-neutral. We use the potential of digitalization for sustainability by reducing our travels and utilizing innovative online formats to advise our clients. When travels are necessary, we use public transportation. In the rare cases that we depend on air travel or other unsustainable forms of travel, we offset our emissions. 

We contribute to SDGs 14 and 15 by raising awareness for the impact of pollution on life below water and life on land through our social media campaigns. We promote sustainable products that help to reduce pollution by recommending them to our clients. At our offices, we only use sustainable detergents and other products and have completely abandoned disposable plastic products.

We contribute to SDGs 14 and 15 by raising awareness for the impact of pollution on life below water and life on land through our social media campaigns. We promote sustainable products that help to reduce pollution by recommending them to our clients. At our offices, we only use sustainable detergents and other products and have completely abandoned disposable plastic products.

We strongly believe that sustainable development is a necessary condition for peace and justice around the world. Therefore, we do everything we can to promote sustainable peace through our educational and informational formats, such as our workshops in Afghanistan or exchange programs like TGSEP.

In times of rapidly increasing global challenges, international cooperation is more needed than ever before. Therefore, we foster international collaboration through various projects, such as our workshops, conferences, exchange programs, as well as joint project proposals with international partners.

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