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Global Sustainability is a Norwegian based strategic Think Tank, primarily focusing on sound and sustainable business development through foresighted and knowledgeable market mechanisms, i.e. we believe that companies who integrate industrial ecology, commercial performance and corporate social responsibility (3-D) will be the winning business in the future.

Global Sustainability believes that this can be achieved by stimulating corporate social and environmental responsibilities through targeted investment analysis. Investors and market players who have access to updated, independent and credible information about the companiesí 3-D performance will have the best changes of success. Global Sustainability aims to develop it's own toolbox and indicators for the evaluation and assessment of industrial performance and aims benchmarks the best in each branch in the future. NGOs and stakeholders will have access to continuously updated information through newsletters and on-line information.

Global Sustainability is independent of interests, ensuring credibility and integrity.

Global Sustainability has access to leading competence on ecological sound industrial technology and understanding of current and emerging sustainability issues and stakeholder perceptions.

The relations between the three dimensions of sustainable development, economy, ecology and social responsibility should always be the focus in new projects. This enables companies and the society to simultaneously pursue economic prosperity, environmental quality and social equity.

A large part of the world's population lives in poverty, first of all due to unemployment. To achieve sustainable development, sound and meaningful job opportunities have to be created in developing countries. Global Sustainability aims to contribute to develop small and medium scale businesses in developing countries in the future.

The Global Sustainability Company

2006