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DNV GL: Acting now for a sustainable future

Mette Vågnes Eriksen

Mette Vågnes Eriksen

I'm the DNV GL Group Sustainability Manager, working across business areas out of HQ Norway. I’m 47 years young, and have been working with Sustainability issues since my studies in social- and environmental economics in the early 90s. My professional background and my deep interest for the “perfect match” of financial, environmental and social bottom lines, have taken me through a range of projects from large European infrastructure investments via renewables in emerging markets to retail supply chain management. I’ve seen Sustainability from the corporate, the consultant and the regulatory side, focusing on really long term strategy to hands on day to day operations - and I believe in the change competent people, trustful relationships and hard work can bring along.

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How to consume and produce sustainably?

How to consume and produce sustainably?

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), in collaboration with the European Commission, has recently published a report entitled 'The Global Outlook on SCP Policies. Taking an action together' . How can you produce sustainable? The main ob ...

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Corruption in the EU

Corruption in the EU

The European Commission has recently published a Eurobarometer report on Corruption in the EU. The publication presents results of a survey carried out in the 27 EU Member States in September 2011. The main aim of this research was to see how Euro ...

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New CSR strategy from the EU Commission

New CSR strategy from the EU Commission

The EU Commission adopted a new Communication on CSR on 25 October 2011. Hopefully the package will boost financial, social and environmental development for Europe as well. I firmly believe heading for responsible investments instead of charity is t ...

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