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ESG (Environmental Social Governance) is on everyone's lips. But what does ESG mean in the context of church organisations?

The church's mission has always included responsibility for creation. This responsibility is understood to mean the holistic system of creation: environment, animals and people. Concepts such as climate neutrality, environmental protection and sustainable management are not new in church organisations. However, the challenges are, on the one hand, possible reporting on all ESG activities in addition to raising further potential, and on the other hand, further CO2 reduction of their own carbon footprint. In the areas of real estate, mobility, energy and procurement, climate protection concepts and climate neutrality are necessary prerequisites for sustainable development. In addition, questions about opportunities for social aspects, human capital and responsible investments are important for church organisations.

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