St. Peter-Ording took first place in the competition “Capital of Fair Trade” for the first time. The coastal town was honoured for its commitment to fair trade and fair procurement on 5 October 2023 in the presence of the Parliamentary State Secretary of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
On 12 September 2023, Dr Anke Butscher presented the draft mission statement of the municipality of Hagen im Bremischen to the municipality’s economic and structural development committee. The mission statement was developed together with a cross-factional working group. Now the citizens are asked to send back their ideas and suggestions.
corsus participated in this year’s global climate strike because we see ourselves as an active part of civil society and take a position on socio-political issues that affect us as a company. Therefore, we support the demands of the organisers of Fridays for Future (FFF) and want to contribute with our advice to the necessary transformation for a sustainable future.
The new sustainability concept, developed jointly by employees and student representatives, identifies six fields of action that will shape the work of the Studentenwerk in the coming years.
Anke Butscher offered a workshop on “Sustainability and the Common Good in Practice” at the Municipal Congress under the motto “Actively Shaping Sustainability – Municipalities Lead the Way”. In addition, corsus offered a workshop on “Fair procurement in the context of the 2030 Agenda and the basics of fair procurement” at the Fair Congress 2023 – Fair beschaffen – einfach machen! in Erfurt.
Dr. Anke Butscher & Dr. Ulrike Eberle founded the non-profit corsus research gUG for research for social ecological change.
corsus Managing Director Dr. Anke Butscher and Senior Consultant Julius Wenzig moderated the kick-off event of the “Economy Shapes the Future” dialog series at Hamburg City Hall on April 21, 2023.
The festive kick-off of the second project phase of the large-scale nature conservation project Natürlich Hamburg! took place on Friday, May 5 in the garden of the Trinkhalle in Hamburg’s city park.
On May 23, 2023, the 11th German Diversity Day will take place at the initiative of the Diversity Charter. corsus shows: Diversity connects.
On February 23, the Flensburg City Council adopted the strategic goals of the urban development strategy “Flensburg 2030” by a majority vote and thus took a big step towards positioning itself for the future in terms of sustainability. Since autumn 2021, corsus has been accompanying the development process of the city development strategy, which will run until the end of 2023.