ACT.Global’s vision is to actively save lives by protecting humans and animals from harmful microbes and help our planet by reducing the use of toxic chemicals, water, and plastic. It’s a natural choice for us to support Plastic Change and their work to reduce plastic pollution in our environment.
About Plastic Change
Plastic Change is a Danish environmental organization on a mission to fight plastic pollution. It is accredited by the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA) of UN Environment. Through this accreditation, Plastic Change is able to directly participate and contribute in the process leading up to sessions of the United Nations Environmental Assembly of UN Environment.
Plastic Change is also a member of the Steering Committee of the global movement Break Free From Plastic, which involves more than 1300 organizations worldwide that work to envision a future free from plastic pollution.
In 2019, ACT.Global and Green Key signed a collaboration agreement to further strengthen the focus on sustainability within the hospitality industry.
About Green Key
Green Key is an international eco-label awarded to more than 3,100 businesses in 60 countries worldwide. The label was invented in Denmark in 1994, but became part of the international collaboration FEE in 2002. Read more on their international website.
The Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) is a non-governmental and non-profit organisation aiming to promote sustainable development through environmental education. FEE is mainly active through five environmental education programs: Blue Flag, Eco-Schools, Young Reporters for the Environment, Learning about Forests and Green Key. The international FEE and Green Key office is in Denmark. Read more on the FEE website.
The Danish Green Investment Fund
The Danish Green Investment Fund is one of ACT.Global’s financial partners.
The Danish Green Investment Fund provides funding to ACT.Global. The Danish Green Investment Fund is an independent government loan fund that aims to co-finance investments that promote Danish society’s green transition. The fund provides loans to private companies, public housing organizations, and public companies and institutions whose assets are separate from the assets of the state, regions and municipalities, and that have the opportunity to borrow on the private market. The fund has been established as a part of the “A Greener Denmark” agreement.
ACT.Global sponsors the Danish Child Accident Fund and their safety week that takes place in kindergartens and schools every year. The initiative serves to teach children about how to reduce the risk of getting infected by bacteria and viruses, as well as how to avoid accidents caused by harmful chemicals.
The Child Accident Fund is a non-profit organization aimed at ensuring children’s safety and reducing the number of child accidents through prevention. The Child Accident Fund’s ambition is to create a safer future for Danish children, both inside and outside the home.