Corsus is working with municipal business development agencies to set up advisory services on fair business practices – apply now as a business development agency for the pilot phase!

Corsus is working with municipal business development agencies to set up advisory services on fair business practices – apply now as a business development agency for the pilot phase!

Moderation of the large-scale nature conservation project „Hamburg, deine Flussnatur“ started

corsus was assigned by BUKEA with the moderation in the large-scale nature conservation project “Hamburg, deine Flussnatur”. This task will be performed by corsus in close cooperation with the project leading foundation Lebensraum Elbe for the next three years.

Publication on the impact-oriented budget in Kiel

On behalf of the Service Agency Communities in One World (SKEW), corsus advises and supports the city of Kiel in the development and implementation of an impact-oriented budget. An article on the model project has now been published by Julius Wenzig, Senior Consultant at corsus, and Sebastian Ohlmeyer, Project Manager “Globally Sustainable Municipality” at SKEW. The article is part of a dossier published by SKEW in cooperation with the editorial team of “welt-sichten”.

Sustainability and the Common Good in Municipalities – Study on Principles, Instruments and Practices Published

Municipalities in Germany are increasingly basing their strategic development on the guiding principles of sustainability or the common good. Both concepts complement each other and can be developed and implemented in an integrated way. This is the central finding of a study by the Bertelsmann Stiftung, the European Secretariat of ICLEI and the International Association for the Promotion of the Common Good Economy.

Sustainable Flensburg 2030: Online – Participation for the urban development strategy started.

Sustainable Flensburg 2030: Online – Participation for the urban development strategy started on june 17th.

Fair sustainable procurement

In Germany, around one in six euros is spent by the public sector (federal, state and local authorities). With this procurement volume of over €350 billion per year – or around 13% of the gross domestic product – the public sector has a decisive share in the demand for sustainable products and services. Slightly more than half of this expenditure is accounted for by municipal institutions. The switch to fair sustainable procurement holds great potential here.

Kick-off for the integrated urban development strategy Flensburg 2030

On 23.04.2022, the members of the steering group met for their first meeting. 38 stakeholders from urban society and politics from the fields of social affairs, ecology, economy, governance, culture, integration, international affairs and science are working on developing an integrated sustainability strategy for Flensburg until 2023. The steering group is acting in an advisory capacity and is developing new municipal guiding principles as well as strategic and operational goals for Flensburg’s future direction.

Future Moor – a moderation process that combines climate protection, natural balance, sustainability and future issues

corsus is moderating a project on the future of a peatland area in the district of Minden-Lübbecke. The aim is to bundle the interests of local stakeholders and to incorporate them into a common vision, drawn up as a basic principle.

Urban Development Strategy “Flensburg 2030”

In June 2021, the Flensburg City Council decided to update an urban development strategy based on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the New Leipzig Charter – the tranformative power of cities for the common good.
corsus accompanies the entire development of the strategy “Flensburg 2030” on behalf of the Service Agency Communities in One World (SKEW) within the framework of the program “Globally Sustainable Communities Schleswig-Holstein”.

Julius Wenzig on the project „Climate Campaign for the Manufacturing Industry“

Four questions to Julius Wenzig on the project “Climate Campaign for the Manufacturing Industry ” for the Hamburg Ministry for Economics and Innovation (BWI).

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