Sustainable development.


The concept of sustainable development is understood differently. Most commonly it is understood as a development, in which the needs of the present generation are met without compromising the chances of future generations to meet their own needs. From an economic point of view, this means keeping up with income, as opposed to spending the accumulated capital. Looking at sustainable development from a social perspective, this means acting in a way that does not harm future generations. The debate on sustainable development goes on since the 80s, when the Brundland Commission Report was prepared.


We treat sustainable development as one of the aspects of good business practices. For example, the issues of professional ethics are continuously monitored by internal audit.