On International Earth Day 2022, Caverion donates EUR 20,000 to the John Nurminen Foundation.
"The many concerns we face in Europe at the moment highlight the need to work together across a broad front to achieve the green transition. Our donation to the John Nurminen Foundation is the culmination of many sustainability-related activities and events carried out over the past months by our employees as well as visitors to Caverion's digital Smart City. We are proud of the impact we can make on the wellbeing of people in smart and sustainable built environments," says Jacob Götzsche, President and CEO of Caverion.
Caverion is one of the key partners of the John Nurminen Foundation in 2021-2022. ”Caverion and the John Nurminen Foundation have a common goal: we are combating the impacts of the climate change with concrete actions. Caverion’s support enables us to continue our work to save the Baltic Sea and its heritage,” says Annamari Arrakoski-Engardt, CEO of the John Nurminen Foundation.
Caverion has set an ambitious target to have a positive climate impact 10 times greater than its carbon footprint (Scope 1-2) by 2030. The company is continuously improving and expanding its smart technology and digital solution offering to increase its customer value and environmental handprint.
Repairing and protecting the fragile ecosystem
The Baltic Sea is one of the most polluted seas in the world. Each summer, blue-green algae blooms take over large swathes of the sea, making the waters uninhabitable for other species. Climate change accelerates the detrimental impact on this delicate ecosystem. We must repair and protect the Baltic Sea to create healthy, sustainable environments for the populations and ecosystems which surround and inhabit it.
The Baltic Sea is also the geographical heart of Caverion, connecting almost all of its operating countries: Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.