Sustainability & SDGs Support for the green transformation

Our offers and assistance

As Wirtschaftsförderung Nordfriesland, we rely on our leverage effect as part of our range of services to drive forward the major topic of green transformation in the economy.

We place a particular focus on the topics of sustainability goals:

  • SDG 4: Quality education
  • SDG 7: Affordable and clean energy
  • SDG 8: Decent work and economic growth
  • SDG 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure
  • SDG 11: Sustainable cities and communities

 

We offer free services and support for regional businesses, companies and initiatives

  • Seminars, workshops, conferences
  • Personal exchange on your first steps in sustainability management
  • A network for sustainability managers
  • Participation in sustainability projects
  • and much more.

Find out more in the individual projects about how we are shaping the future of North Friesland responsibly for future generations and the environment. In this way, we are making a positive contribution to sustainable development not only for our region, protecting the environment and helping to improve the quality of life in North Friesland.

Projects

Switching to sustainable processes in SMEs

The Interreg6a project GrønBusiness supports small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in aligning their services and processes with sustainability.

Special focus is placed on smaller companies and businesses in the German-Danish border region that are unable to maintain their own sustainability department in order to develop and implement more sustainable corporate and future strategies.

The focus is on the three action frameworks of ecology, social issues and corporate management. The topic of the transition to a circular economy is given special consideration.

Events, tools and initiatives are jointly designed and implemented by business development experts from Germany and Denmark. You will be supported by university partners.

The aim of the EU funding measure (Interreg6A), which runs from 01.04.2023 to 31.03.2026, is to raise awareness and motivate local companies to operate in a more environmentally and socially responsible manner in the future.

The project is funded by Interreg Deutschland-Danmark and co-financed by the European Union.

Our services and support:

  • Provision of a range of customized personal and digital information on green transformations for SMEs (under development).
  • Information, workshop, conference and networking events on various topics relating to future-oriented corporate development.
  • Helpful tools for the green transition will be made available during the course of the project.
  • Know-how is being built up within the business development department to provide optimal support for regional companies.
  • Good examples are made visible across borders.

To the GrønBusiness website

Ansprechpersonen

Dagmar Jensen

DE-DK cooperation, Sustainability, GrønBusiness

Anja Kujawski

Innovation & digital economy, ARTEMIS

EE.SH is one of six strategic innovation clusters in the state of Schleswig-Holstein.

The EE.SH team supports companies in Schleswig-Holstein’s renewable energy sector:

  • in the acquisition of project funds and project partners for the implementation of innovation and transformation projects;
  • in public relations work for the acceptance of renewable energies.

The sponsor of the EE.SH project is WFG NF. In this way, it supports companies, businesses, freelancers and the self-employed in North Friesland in order to create and maintain jobs in the region.

Further information can be found at www.ee-sh.de.

Ansprechpersonen

Dr. Matthias Hüppauff

Management, Business DE/DK, Subsidies

Katja Rosenburg

Renewable energies, Business DE/DK, Climate-neutral economy NF" (KliWi NF)

Martina Carstensen

Renewable energies, Biogas Knowledge Center, Health Education in the Border Region

For 25 years now, the North Frisian Lamb Days have ensured that North Frisian salt marsh lamb is perceived as a special regional specialty and cultural asset.

It is not just about marketing the meat, but also about using this campaign to make the dyke sheep and its indispensable use on the dykes around the North Sea and its “typically North Frisian” friendly nature better known and appreciated.

To the website of Nordfrieslamm

Ansprechpersonen

Tilmann Meyer

Tilmann Meyer

Authorized signatory, Regional development, Company service

In order to develop the economic landscape on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein in line with the green transformation, it is necessary as a first step to carry out an inventory. Building on this, the four West Coast districts, the regional economic development agencies and chambers of industry and commerce want to work together with local companies to develop a catalog of measures for more sustainable economic development. The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs 7 to 13) form the basis of the future concept to be derived. The final step will be the consolidation of all results and future concrete measures in a project application in fall 2024.

With the future concept, the West Coast region can apply for further funding and the implementation of measures for a 3-year implementation phase from 01.01.2025.

The project is an initiative of the West Coast Regional Cooperation and is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection.

To the website of WestküsteSDG

Ansprechpersonen

Dagmar Jensen

DE-DK cooperation, Sustainability, GrønBusiness

North Friesland is a pioneer in the use of renewable energies and the implementation of community energy projects. Schleswig-Holstein wants to completely decarbonize its economy and become the first climate-neutral industrial state.

The “Climate-neutral economy NF” project aims to supplement this process with measures tailored to North Friesland.

The aim is to show how decarbonization can succeed in a rural region characterized by small and medium-sized, craft and tourism businesses, taking into account all aspects of sustainability and involving citizens.

Ansprechpersonen

Katja Rosenburg

Renewable energies, Business DE/DK, Climate-neutral economy NF" (KliWi NF)