In the 21st issue of Henkel’s Sustainability Report published on 8 March, the company presented its new sustainability strategy for 2030. “At the core of the strategy is the goal of achieving more with less and tripling its efficiency. The new sustainability strategy applies to all business sectors and the entire value chain,” says Kasper Rorsted, chief executive officer for Henkel. By 2030, Henkel aims to be using only one-third of today’s inputs for every euro it generates. To reduce its ecological footprint and make sustainable consumption possible, the company has defined three major approaches of products, partners and people. All 47 000 employees around the world will make contributions to implementing the new strategy. “We must find ways of achieving more with less. Not only do we have a duty to future generations to pursue sustainable development, sustainability also makes economic sense and is an important competitive factor,” says Rorsted.