Support Partners 2018

Support Partners 2018

Support Partners are companies or organisations from all over the world supporting the Nudge Global Impact Challenge by allowing their best young talents to participate. As a Support Partner you will contribute to bringing together the best young professionals and give them the knowledge, tools and confidence to implement positive and innovative change. In this way young talents will work towards transforming Business, Society and Self.

ABN AMRO

ABN AMRO serves retail, private and corporate banking clients with a primary focus on the Netherlands and with selective operations internationally. ABN AMRO supports the transition to a circular economy, and proactively seeks out clients wishing to switch to a circular business model. They are working together with their clients to achieve three goals by 2020:

  • finance 1 billion euros in circular assets,
  • finance 100 circular loans,
  • cut CO2 emissions by 1 million tons.

ABN AMRO is also a leading partner of Ambitie2020 [website only in Dutch], an initiative of MVO Nederland, the Dutch association for corporate social responsibility, aimed at making the Netherlands a circular hotspot.

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Calor Gas

Since Calor Gas Ltd was formed in 1935, they have steadily grown to their current position as the UK’s leading supplier of LPG – and now part of SHV energy, a global family of LPG companies, which has a vision to be Better, Cleaner, Together.

Calor is committed to a sustainable future and they focus on innovation and sustainability to provide the best possible service for their customers, as well as tackling rural fuel poverty and developing ways to cut emissions and waste.

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CFP

The mission of Corporate Facility Partners (CFP) is to make as many buildings and organisations as possible profitably sustainable in terms of People, Planet and Profit. CFP provides a direct insight into sustainability through baseline measurements, benchmarking, Quick Scans and research. They implement savings in the areas of sustainability, CO2 and costs and ensure the optimisation of buildings and organisations.

CFP Green Buildings’ ambition for 2020: By 2020, there will be a 50% reduction in CO2 emissions from buildings, 25% through green energy and 25% through energy savings. By 2030, all buildings will be circular.

CFP’s clients include the Van Gogh Museum, ING Bank, Philips, IBM and the Dutch Ministry of Internal Affairs.

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Danone

Danone is a company dedicated wholly to achieving health through food. They want their mission to benefit people of every age, in every social and cultural environment and in every part of the world – as many people as possible. Danone is operating in more than 130 countries across five continents with four businesses: Fresh Dairy Products, Waters, Early Life Nutrition and Medical Nutrition.

Danone aims to build a circular economy for packaging, using sustainable materials made from sustainable sources and treating waste as a new, valuable resource. They are working towards making 100% of their packaging fully recyclable.

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Greenchoice

Greenchoice is the largest energy provider in the Netherlands that exclusively provides green, sustainable energy. Greenchoice dreams of a country in which everyone can manage their own energy supplies, and works together with its customers towards a cleaner world by helping them to save and generate energy themselves. The company does this by making smart products and services and sustainable solutions simple and locally available. It aims to be the accelerator and connector on the road to 100% green energy across the Netherlands.

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Heineken Mexico

From a single brewery in Amsterdam 150 years ago, Heineken has grown into the world’s most international brewer. Heineken is a proud, independent global brewer committed to enthusing consumers everywhere.

Heineken aims to use their global business as a positive force for change. For example, one of their sustainability focus areas is reducing CO₂ emissions across the value chain (‘Drop the C’ programme), so their target is to grow their renewable energy usage to 70% by 2030.

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Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (previously the Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment), a loyal Nudge Global Impact Challenge support partner, is committed to improving quality of life, access and mobility in a clean, safe and sustainable environment. The Ministry strives to create an efficient network of roads, railways, waterways and airways, effective water management to protect against flooding, and improved air and water quality.

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Nutreco

Nutreco is a global leader in animal nutrition and aquafeed. Their advanced nutritional solutions are at the origin of food for millions of consumers worldwide.

On a global scale, the sustainability challenges of food production are both significant and intensifying. Through their focus on sustainable innovation, Nutreco aspires to be part of the solution. Nuterra, their global sustainability programme, is designed to live up to their responsibilities and ambitions.

Nutreco employs over 12,000 people in 35 countries with net sales of € 5.6 billion in 2016. Its two global company brands Skretting (aquafeed) and Trouw Nutrition (animal nutrition) have sales in over 90 countries.

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Steward Redqueen

Steward Redqueen is a specialised consultancy that works across the globe advising organisations on impact and sustainability.

Like any organisation, corporations are looking to operate in harmony with their surroundings and to become sustainable; that is, to be a steward for people and planet. At the same time, corporations are competing for sound market positions. In a globalising economy, the combination of stewardship and competition offers dilemmas, challenges and -above all- opportunities.

The Steward Redqueen team has a strong track record in this area. Steward Redqueen works for corporations and other organisations in developed and emerging markets.

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Van Doorne

Van Doorne’s mission is to empower people and organisations and to work on responsible, permanent solutions together, something that is reflected throughout their company. From the way in which they work together to the idealistic organisations that they support. Van Doorne aims to make a contribution to tomorrow’s world in various ways. In the field of improved CSR, they determine the agenda in the Netherlands by setting up the Social Entrepreneurship chair at Utrecht University and they help their clients to discover this subject but also to be front-runners. Van Doorne acts as consultant for many successful social enterprises and impact investors in the Netherlands. They also use their knowledge for the development of new legal and financial instruments to advance social projects and initiatives relevant to them by means of Impact Investments, Van Doorne’s special sponsor programme.

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