We have four prioritised focus areas within the framework of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
Royal Greenland’s sustainability programme is based on four priorities within the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, with goals for 2022 and ambitions for 2030. We have four prioritised focus areas within the framework of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
Our fisheries must be managed in accordance with the scientific advice and be certified by an independent third party. We procure fish and shellfish according to equivalent principles and contribute to building knowledge of sustainable fisheries, the marine environment and new species.
We will maximise the degree of utilisation by creating new food products from the fish and shellfish that we produce. We will minimise our environmental footprint through responsible consumption and circular handling of non-renewable resources.
Healthy working lives
We will integrate a working environment and environmental system that addresses the physical and psychosocial working environment of all employees, and their well-being. We make the same requirements of our suppliers as we make of ourselves.
Education in Greenland
We take responsibility for competence development and education in Greenland’s society through specific training programmes, in close cooperation with educational institutions and via our own Royal Greenland Academy.