Sustainable Company

German sustainability award 2009 at the Friday, November 6, 2009 the most important German Prize awarded in Dusseldorf under the auspices of German Chancellor Angela Merkel for sustainability. Most sustainable companies”is the pioneer for ecological building Baufritz. In a solemn Gala gave the Federal Minister for labour and Social Affairs Dr. Franz Josef Jung prices over 1,000 guests, including many well-known personalities from politics, economy and society. The jury awards the prize as most sustainable company 2009 the outstanding contribution of Baufritz a central challenge of climate protection: the emission of greenhouse gases by households.

The focus is the consistent implementation of the life cycle approach, taking into account also the subsequent disposal already during the development. (As opposed to Medical billing career). The pioneering company is also economically very successful with the pioneering business model against the industry trend. Nearly 200 individually planned and healthy living full-value houses are per year at Location Erkheim made. Dagmar Fritz-Kramer, Managing Director of Baufritz, accepted the award. She sees this award not only as a wonderful confirmation of the company’s philosophy healthy to humans and the environment”, but also as an incentive our fellow human beings to sustainable consumption and urge. While Honor Award winners Joschka Fischer and Dr. Wolfgang Schauble as well as the other individual award winner Jane Fonda, Yusuf Islam, the DFB of German Football Association and as a social entrepreneur regional value AG already were announced in advance, the voltage in terms of excellent companies lasted until the evening hours.

In addition to several company representatives came many stars, like Franziska van Almsick and Eckart von Hirschhausen down the red carpet and reaffirmed the social significance of the price with their participation. Jane Fonda enthusiasts with a fiery plea for volunteer work. At the end of the ceremony, Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) the audience with old and new songs moved unplugged.