VAUDE reduces the emissions of its headquarter by 23 Percent

3. May 2013

People who spend most of their time in close contact with nature have much incentive to protect it. All providers of products in the outdoor market agree on this issue. But very few companies are as unfailing about their sustainable path as VAUDE. myclimate supports this Tettnang-based company along the way.

VAUDE reduces the emissions of its headquarter by 23 Percent

The mountaineering equipment outfitter from southern Germany has set its sights on becoming Europe's most sustainable outdoor sports company. myclimate's latest measurement of greenhouse gas emissions for the headquarters in Obereisenbach clearly underlines this specific objective. Compared to the previous year, VAUDE successfully reduced emissions by 23%. The decision to forgo the production of a previously issued catalogue and to switch to recycled paper for their remaining paper products was the definitive element for this reduction.

Of course, the emissions of the entire company headquarters and all products manufactured there will be offset in the myclimate Gold Standard Project "Biomass cooking stoves Shanxi, China" and thus classified climate neutral.

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