In 2013, EPAGMA released its Sustainability Agenda, which is the result of work carried out in the course of 2013 and builds on previous responsible use initiatives undertaken by the association.
The Sustainability Agenda sets out the priority areas identified by EPAGMA as important for future actions as well as a set of two first commitments that our members will strive to achieve within these areas. EPAGMA commits to communicate on its efforts under the current areas of work and the review of new priority areas.
This roadmap is a living document, which will go through continuous updates in the future. We believe this is only the first step towards a more sustainable development of our business. In this regard, we welcome your comments and further suggestions on our roadmap. Please direct any comments to Julia Riss (firstname.lastname@example.org), EPAGMA Secretariat at Burson-Marsteller which acts as the Secretariat of the Association, located in Brussels.
November 2014: Update on activities undertaken in 2014
As announced in the agenda, EPAGMA will communicate on its activities on an annual basis. The 2014 communication document serves to report on the progress made since the publication, highlight the areas where further work needs to be undertaken as well as outline the next steps. In 2015, EPAGMA members will start a new review process to understand whether and which further commitments can be added to the sustainability agenda, based on the priority areas identified in the sustainability agenda: transport, job stability/security and security of raw material and energy supply.
Please click below to download the Sustainability Roadmap and the 2014 Communication on the progress to date.