Adapteo aims to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2019, an initial mapping of our work and how it relates to the global development agenda lead to the selection of five SDGs for which Adapteo’s sustainability work should contribute.
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
Milestone: 4.A: Create including and safe environments for education
Adapteo provides adaptable buildings for schools, creating improved learning environments for students and supporting municipalities with quick solutions to school building needs. Our buildings are accessible and barrier-free, ensuring an inclusive learning environment for all.
Goal: Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation
Milestone: 9.4 Upgrade all industry and infrastructure for increased sustainability
With our continuous work to improve environmental performance of our buildings we contribute to a more sustainable industry and infrastructure in society.
Goal: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
Milestone: 11.1 Safe housing for an affordable cost
With a focus on quality buildings adaptable to society’s needs and cost efficiency, Adapteo contributes to SDG 11.
Goal: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
Milestone: 12.2 Sustainable management and use of natural resources
Milestone: 12.5 Make significant reduction in the quantity of waste
Our circular business model provides sustainable solutions to changing societal needs. We have a systematic approach to sustainable resource management and reduction of waste. We constantly improve our industrial production of buildings to circulate materials and reduce environmental impact.
Goal: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
Milestone: 13.3 Increase knowledge and capacity to handle climate changes
Adapteo’s buildings are climate smart and energy efficient. Our project with the Ministry of the Environment in Finland aims to develop new ways of measuring climate impact of the construction and real estate industry, and increase knowledge and capacity to reduce climate impact.