corsus was commissioned by SKEW to support the city of Aschaffenburg together with Julia Pfinder in the preparation of the sustainability report according to BNK.
The city of Stockelsdorf starts its common good balance sheet with a kick-off workshop involving its administration.
Dr. Anke Butscher provides insight in her talk at the Deutscher Stadtmarketingtag 2021 on how the Economy for the Common Good can be used in Sustainable Urban Development.
On April 19, the Bremen’s municipal cleaning service starts the process to become a common good company with a kick-off workshop.
In implementing sustainability strategies, more and more municipalities are aligning themselves with the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 with its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In addition, there are already a number of municipalities that have drawn up a common good balance sheet.
In the newly published book article “Hinterm Deich wird alles gut”, Dr. Anke Butscher of corsus reports on the balancing process of three municipalities.
corsus accompanies the large-scale nature conservation project “Krautsand” to bring together a wide range of stakeholders and ensure a sustainable success
On 28 August 2020, the city of Reinbek published and presented a poverty report for the first time at the city council meeting. The City of Reinbek wants to live up to its responsibility and is committed to a sustainable orientation.
The new workbook 2.0 for the common good balance sheet of municipalities analyzes municipalities and cities on the basis the values human dignity, solidarity, ecological sustainability, social justice and transparency and co-decision.