Environmental protection is a process of constant analysis, research, and scrutiny—of breaking old habits and making improvements. We approach our waste reduction efforts the same way. In the third and final part, we will show you how we reduce waste.
Climate change is directly connected to the emission of greenhouse gases. Carbon dioxide, or CO2, is the most common greenhouse gas emitted by humans. We at Lunor see it as part of our corporate responsibility to help reduce greenhouse gases. In part 1 of our Sustainability@Lunor series, we explained how we do this at our nearly self-sufficient headquarters in the Black Forest. In part 2, we will explain how we have managed to make all of our operations climate-neutral.
In the Sustainability@Lunor series, we will be demonstrating our commitment in three parts, starting with our headquarters in the Black Forest. Sustainability and environmental protection are increasingly becoming the focus of attention. More and more people are considering the environment in their actions and consumer behavior. This ranges from leading zero-waste lifestyles to minimizing one’s carbon footprint as much as possible.
A moor is not just a creepy setting for a horror film. Moors actually play a huge role in climate protection and provide areas for relaxation and recuperation. We explore the real truth behind “people-swallowing” moors, and discover one of the most beautiful moors in the northern Black Forest.
Green building, open-plan office, clean desk: while these buzzwords for the modern workplace wouldn’t be out of place at a hip marketing agency in Hamburg, you might be surprised to find them deep in the Black Forest, where the glasses manufacturer Lunor is approaching work with a fresh and progressive attitude.
Bees are indispensable for humans to continue to thrive. Most of us, however, know bees simply as “honeybees”. Discover the honeybee’s important relatives, the superpowers they possess and how easy it is to protect bees with a bit of laziness.