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As part of its Sustainable Finance Action Plan, the Commission has launched a consultation with the aim of establishing new guidelines for companies' reporting on climate-related information.
06.03.2019
The Marktstammdatenregisterverordnung (MaStRV) specifies the reporting obligations of all market players as well as the network operator audits. The significant sanctions for infringements of the Regulation are particularly explosive.
21.02.2019
Companies that successfully meet the ecological and social challenges of the future can now apply for the 12th German Sustainability Award.
15.02.2019
In two new position papers, the VDMA outlines the opportunities, challenges and necessary legal framework conditions of the circular-flow economy.
07.02.2019
Environmental pollution, population growth, climate change, availability of raw materials - the careful and efficient use of resources is more important than ever. Products that are characterized by high material and energy efficiency over their entire life cycle are just as much a solution as services that help to conserve resources.
04.02.2019
The promotional programme "Waste heat utilisation in commercial enterprises" is successful. The approximately 1,300 initiated projects will save 1.4 million tons of CO2 annually from 2020 onwards. This significantly exceeds the target of 1 million tonnes of CO2 per year.
29.01.2019
The four Regional Network Agencies Sustainability Strategies (RENN) in cooperation with the German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE) are again awarding 40 projects with the quality seal "Project Sustainability" (formerly Werkstatt-N) this year.
21.01.2019
The objectives of these events are diveded in two topics: - on 13 February: Business & Policy and -on 14 February: Key policy requirements needed to promote the widespread adoption of circular economy
From 1 January 2019, so-called "packaging subject to system participation" must be registered with the LUCID packaging register, otherwise there is a risk of hefty fines.
21.12.2018
The prospects for sustainable development in Germany are "bright to cloudy". As reported by the Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) on the occasion of the publication of the Indicator Report 2018 on the German Sustainability Strategy, the achievement of some of the targets has not yet been ensured.
14.12.2018
German government launches campaign to announce UN sustainability goals.
The VDMA member company and partner of the sustainability initiative Blue Competence Herrmann Ultraschall GmbH & Co. KG inaugurated its new ultrasound campus at the end of November 2018.
05.12.2018
Approximately 7,100 companies are currently being contacted by the Federal Government and informed about the National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights (NAP), with which they are to exercise human rights due diligence along their supply chain.
05.11.2018
Around 100 of the leading users of drive technology from Germany, as well as the VDMA member SCHUNK GmbH & Co KG from Laufen, participate in the "Magcycle" magnetic take-back system to collect their magnetic waste.
23.10.2018
In future, German companies will be able to carry out a free "CSR Risk Check" on the local human rights situation and on environmental, social and governance issues in developing and emerging countries.
18.10.2018
In the mechanical engineering sector, there are increasing inquiries about sustainability in the supply chain. In order to support members in dealing with this, the VDMA now offers telephone advice.
28.09.2018
This year, the Federal Government will begin to examine companies for compliance with the human rights duty of care. The VDMA has established a Peer Learning Group for its members.
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In March, the Bertelsmann Stiftung and Spaleck GmbH invite you to a regional conference on employee health 4.0 in Bocholt.
Kick-off for monitoring the National Action Plan on Business and Human Rights
The event will take place at the GIZ Representative Office Berlin, Reichpietschufer 20, 10785 Berlin, Germany. Please make a note of this date if you are interested. The program is not yet available. If you have any questions regarding participation, please contact directly by e-mail: branchendialoge@bmas.bund.de
14.01.2019
At the Techtextil and Texprocess 2019 trade fairs, everything revolves around technical textiles, the processing of textile and flexible materials, the trend theme "Urban Living - City of the Future" and sustainable innovations.
The event will take place at the GIZ Representative Office Berlin, Reichpietschufer 20, 10785 Berlin, Germany. Please make a note of this date if you are interested. The program is not yet available. If you have any questions regarding participation, please contact directly by e-mail: branchendialoge@bmas.bund.de
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