Sustainability can be defined in many ways. A common definition includes: meeting the needs of the world today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Angora & SUSTAINABILITY
Sustainability can be defined in many ways. A common definition includes: meeting the needs of the world today without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In financial language, it means living on an income rather than consuming finite capital.
Our commitment to contribute to a more sustainable world is resolute. However, the ongoing implementation challenge is very real and highly demanding – our success or failure lies in the hands of our people at project level.
OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES
Angora takes its Sustainability inspiration from many external sources. From these it has developed its own Sustainability Agenda to better focus strategies and actions that balance the never-ending trade-off between Economic, Social and Environmental considerations.
Angora takes its social responsibility very seriously. We are committed to operating in accordance with the highest standards in terms of labor practices, human rights, impacts on society and product responsibility.
We believe that we are a responsible company whom strives to meet the needs of the world today without jeopardizing the needs of the world tomorrow. We try to plan ahead and we do our best to address the opportunities and challenges that are, or could be, linked to our activities. We are influenced by many external factors.
We seek to use our position to influence both our clients and customers as well as our supply chain to make more sustainable decisions. This should be seen as an opportunity, particularly where we can take a longer term view over the infrastructure we develop.
We develop approaches to sustainability that are relevant and specific to the activity or project in which we are involved.