"We would be nowhere without our customers," said Stefan Baumeister – the very reason the CEO of myclimate Deutschland gGmbH toured its key partner companies on the occasion of its own five-year jubilee. He "donated" a total of 100 solar panels to the company as part of the Mobisol climate protection project in Tanzania. These solar plants can save about 300 tonnes of CO₂ over the next seven years. Besides this virtual pledge of partnership, Stefan Baumeister had another surprise in his bag – the myclimate partners were thrilled to receive either a sculpture with genuine water from the North Pole or a cup symbolising "world-class climate protection". One stop on Stefan Baumeister’s jubilee trip was Hannover. "Climate protection is a matter that concerns us all," said Ilka Lauenroth of TUI Deutschland, explaining her company's dedication to the environment. The general manager of TUICars did not hesitate to clarify why the tour operator cooperates with myclimate: "myclimate has great projects and great service."
In Tettnang-Obereisenbach, located in Baden-Württemberg, Stefan Baumeister met with Antje von Dewitz. The CEO of Vaude congratulated myclimate Deutschland on its five-year history and expressed her pleasure at receiving the Climate Cup. "Together with myclimate, we determined how we would progress step by step to climate neutrality," she said in praise of the collaboration.
Stefan Baumeister visited a total of 15 corporate customers across Germany in the last few weeks, always bringing them a climate sculpture and a deed of donation for the solar panels – a total of 100 – in his bag. Click here and here to view photos of the presentations.
Headed by Stefan Baumeister, the myclimate Germany team offers its customers the complete myclimate package, which comprises climate education initiatives, carbon management services and compensations in high-quality climate protection projects across the globe.