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Söderberg & Partners takes place in UN Global Compact Sweden board to accelerate the sustainable transition

To contribute to the sustainable transition of Swedish companies, Lingyi Lu, Head of Sustainability at Söderberg & Partners, was recently appointed as a board member of UN Global Compact Sweden, the Swedish branch of the largest sustainability initiative in the world. Together with nine other board members, including representatives from Ericsson, Scania, and Save the Children Sweden, she will support Swedish corporate members of the initiative and improve their sustainability efforts. 
UN Global Compact is the world’s largest sustainability initiative. Launched in 2000, it’s a global network of companies that work together to create a more sustainable future. At the core of the initiative are 10 principles that each company needs to abide by, connected to the 17 sustainability goals by which the UN Global Compact initiative is guided.
Each year, each member company must communicate its progress on the principles publicly to ensure that they are doing what they need to contribute to the sustainable transition. Among the principles, it is stated that member companies must promote caution in environmental risks, take initiatives to improve climate awareness, and encourage the development of environmentally friendly technologies.
As a new board member of UN Global Compact Sweden, Söderberg & Partners’ Head of Sustainability, Lingyi Lu, will be a part of developing this work and improving the sustainability efforts of the whole business sector in Sweden.
The UN Global Compact Board. Pictured: Andreas Follér, Camilla Goldbeck-Löwe, Dahir Khalid, Emil Lindblad Kernell, Gabriel Lundström, Helena Hagberg, Lingyi Lu and Cecilia Chatterjee-Martinsen. Not pictured: Magnus Björsne and Anna Romberg.
The UN Global Compact Board. Pictured: Andreas Follér, Camilla Goldbeck-Löwe, Dahir Khalid, Emil Lindblad Kernell, Gabriel Lundström, Helena Hagberg, Lingyi Lu and Cecilia Chatterjee-Martinsen. Not pictured: Magnus Björsne and Anna Romberg.



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    • Mia Svennberg Pessoa

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      congrats - to both and all :)

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      • Carl Page

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        The UN pretends that nuclear energy doesn't exist. Must be expensive. Must be unsafe. Despite the evidence. And if we redesigned nuclear energy with today's technology it would easily be 50x cheaper and 50x faster and cleaner that the stuff designed in 1960. The SDG key is making clean industrial quality energy available to everyone.

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        • Johannes Luiga

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          Wow. Such great news! Big congrats Lingyi!

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          • Sarah Chabane

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            This is great, good job Söderberg & Partners!

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            • Joseph Githinji

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              Congratulations to the UN for creating a great plan to aid in creating a sustainable future in Sweden.

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