Sustainability 3.0 approach

The term Sustainability 3.0 was brought to public in "Harvard Business Manager, Issue October 2011".

Businesses are not obliged to pay back the damage their operations take on the environment. One reason is of course, those impacts are hard to determine with adequate precision – yet.

Together with our clients and partners we are dedicated to work on scenarios how producing consumer goods does the least harm to the planet and society. In a scenario, where businesses payback the damage caused - the most sustainable value-chain product would appear as the best bargain – in both price and environmental friendliness. The term "true-cost-accounting" gets a new dimension that we pioneer in regards to commodities.