8th Global Climate Strike, on Friday 24 September 2021, also in Linz, Upper Austria.
22 September 2021: Be active, stand up for a cause and persistently demand it. EWS has been doing this for 27 years. Because the date coincided with our company excursion, we expressed our "Pro Climate" commitment with full (physical) effort and thus made our contribution.
Climate protection is our guiding principle and our corporate philosophy. And we are not only serious about it, we also practice it consistently in our company!
The motive for founding the company was the unconditional desire to offer an alternative to nuclear power by using renewable and regional energy. Since then, we have been working indispensably on developing renewable energy projects. This guiding principle has led us in recent years, due to the rapid increase in global warming and the worsening climate emergency, to steadily reduce our carbon footprint in order to finally achieve decarbonisation of the company by 2045.
In a strategy process, we have developed and fixed concrete greenhouse gas reduction targets. A clear climate strategy including explicit measures was developed and is our roadmap towards "zero carbon". "As an innovative company, we want to operate in a climate-neutral manner and be fit for the future. We are sure that this will also reduce costs in the long term and give us a competitive advantage," say the two managing directors of EWS Consulting Wolfgang Neuhofer and Lukas Winkler.
8th Worldwide Climate Strike, on Friday 24 September 2021, also in Linz, Upper Austria.
It's time to get active again, to stand up for climate protection, to persistently demand a future worth living.
We think it's great what the Fridays For Future movement has achieved so far and wish it, and especially the Upper Austria regional group, continued positive energy!
Find all information on the world climate strike in Linz here.
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