SDGs connected to the initiative
The people in our company and our value chain play a decisive role in reaching our sustainability and circularity goals. It focuses on safe, decent employment and working conditions, diversity, equality, and inclusion internally and in our value chain.
SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
Safe and decent employment conditions and fair working conditions are essential and contribute to sustainable economic growth and recovery. Inclusion and diversity are self-evident.
SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals
Sustainable development requires collaboration and openness to new perspectives. We must build trust between partners to create long-term relationships based on shared visions and goals.
A member of the UN Global Compact
In the autumn of 2021, Duni Group was accepted as a UN Global Compact (UNGC) member, the world’s largest initiative to bring together the business community around corporate responsibility. In 2022, we were accepted as an “early adopter” of UNGC’s digital reporting platform alongside a select group of leading companies.
Members pledge to change their operations based on four areas that should be part of the companies’ strategy, culture, and daily operations: human rights, labor law, the environment and anti-corruption.
As a UNGC member, we commit to sustainable change, which is at the heart of our strategy. It's not new to us, but making it official feels good. Subsequently, we have updated our Code of Conduct, placing greater demands on our suppliers and own units.
KPIs for the initiative
Apart from measuring our performance on the environmentally focused sustainability initiatives in Duni Group’s updated strategy, we have set relevant key performance indicators (KPIs) for the social aspects included in Living the Change. They are:
- EcoVadis score
- The target for 2025: Platinum level
- Sustainability competence
- The target for 2025: All Duni Group employees trained
Learn more about our sustainability initiatives
Unlike a linear economy, a circular economy takes a holistic approach to sustainability. To be truly sustainable, a product’s life cycle must be considered in a circular model.