Climate change, renewable energy, economic and social transformation – the United Nations has set 17 Sustainable Development Goals on its 2030 Agenda. However, for many organizations implementing sustainability is a complex task. Our sustainabiltiy research provides scientific analysis which enables sustainable development and solutions to global challenges.
WifOR’s sustainability research supports organizations (companies, government ministries, associations, NGOs) and industries to make evidence-based decisions. With the help of our sustainability research, organizations and industries can actively manage their impact on society, the environment, and the economy.
WifOR Institute’s Sustainability Research
Director of the Graphene Flagship Project
WifOR’s study on the Graphene Flagship’s Economic and R&D Footprint provides evidence, first and foremost, that the EU’s investments in the program are paying off in multiple ways – in Europe and worldwide.
Dr. Marc-Pierre Möll
On behalf of the German Medical Technology Association (BVMed), WifOR Institute has produced a assessment of the social, economic, and environmental footprint of an industry – the first of its kind worldwide. The SEE Impact Study from Autumn 2022 creates the basis for comprehensive sustainability measurement of the industry, and its supply chain, based on key indicators and industry comparisons.
Dr. Tobias Hackmann
Excellence Lead Industrial Health Economy Roche
WifOR has been supporting Roche with macroeconomic analyses for many years – most recently with an impact valuation using the VBA method. The results are very valuable for us; they create transparency about the Social Impact of our activities along global supply chains – for our internal as well as our external stakeholders.
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