Environmental and energy management at the Deutsche Bundesbank
18 February 2022
Environmental and climate protection ranks among the most pressing global challenges of our time and has become an increasingly important concern for society as a whole. This means that public institutions, including most central banks, need to take this aspect into account when performing their tasks. At the Deutsche Bundesbank, improving our environmental impact by minimising our ecological footprint is integral to our strategy.
Environmental Objectives: Environmental Guidelines, Environmental Strategy, Environmental Programme
Organisation: Environmental and Energy Management System (Structure and Processes); EMAS; Reporting
Main areas of activity:
The Bank is striving to reduce its use of resources and close its material cycles. To this end, it considers sustainability criteria in its construction and procurement processes.
The Bank is aiming to reduce its energy consumption, increase energy efficiency and use renewable energy.
The Bank is seeking to reduce the environmental impact of its business trips and cut back on the fleet consumption of its vehicles. It helps employees commute in the most environmentally friendly manner possible.
- Management & communication
The Bank has established an energy and environmental management system based on recognised standards. It regularly reports on its implementation and achievement of set goals.
The expert panel is aimed at central bank staff from developing countries or emerging markets with managerial involvement in operationalising or planning environmental or energy management at their institution.
The expert panel will serve as a platform for the exchange of experiences and knowledge. Participants will be asked to actively contribute to the panel, e.g. in the form of a presentation.
Computer with microphone, camera, speakers or headphones; an up-to-date internet browser.
Please apply online by clicking on the registration button within the application period.