"Solving societal problems with technology and entrepreneurship”, that's our mission!
The world is tilting, organisations are no longer accepted to only strive for individual gain. On a global scale we see an ever-increasing need to collaborate on climate issues and societal challenges such as debt, pollution or education levels. The need for such cooperation is currently so clearly visible on the world stage that the United Nations have set 17 Sustainable Development Goals to reach by 2030.
We want to use the power of innovation to fight climate issues and societal challenges. We fight against discrimination, poverty and ignorance, by investing in education, infrastructure and scientific technological research. We believe, that advanced equal opportunities and economic empowerment should be fostered. Everybody a fair chance, is both morally right and good economics.
For this reason we have decided to build a Karma-point system, focused on measuring our contribution to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the UN by 2030.
The SDGs are universal goals and have been developed by the 193 UN Member States, NGOs and people like you and me in order to make the world a better place. For this reason, we must all work closely together and start acting now to achieve the SDGs by 2030. There is no “Plan B” because we don’t have a “Planet B”! These goals seam so big that we might ask ourselves, “how are we ever going to achieve them?” But let's take little steps and keep in mind that small achievements and the will of succeeding is already a big step forward!
The aim of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals is to live in a sustainable world by 2030. At its essence, sustainability means ensuring prosperity and environmental protection without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. A sustainable world is one where people can escape poverty and enjoy decent work without harming the earth’s essential ecosystems and resources; where people can stay healthy and get the food and water they need; where everyone can access clean energy that doesn’t contribute to climate change; where women and girls are afforded equal rights and equal opportunities.
The use of the UN Sustainable Development Goals icons are according to these guidelines.