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“The future we want has to be invented. Otherwise we'll get one that we don't want. "(Joseph Beuys)

Sustainability management
Culture and media


Analysis of the status quo, legal and political classification and context analysis


Establishment of a working group,  Fields of action, budget, responsibilities, workflows


Mission statements, internal and external communication of your engagement


as proof of grants, subsidies, audit offices, etc.



Culture and the media have always been the initiators of change, they question the status quo, direct our gaze to the unnoticed and point out socio-political inconsistencies. Art and culture have a clear educational mandate, their actions act as a multiplier. They are places of encounter, learning, understanding and for people.

However, the cultural sector is also an economic enterprise and is therefore also in demand when it comes to assuming responsibility, i.e. reacting in particular to the climate crisis, tackling challenging social aspects and developing a strategy for the future.

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In many cultural centers there is already a lot of awareness, motivation, enthusiasm and the first sustainability measures. What is missing, however, is a professional, strategic approach to developing the subject areas. Where are our weak points, what concrete effects do we have on the environment, people, our surroundings, where can we optimize, what is relevant?

Our solution is strategic sustainability management : goal and action-oriented. In concrete terms, this means: recording and developing topics and measures, evaluating them according to their relevance, determining responsibilities and thus giving the change structure, basis and direction.

Red Wall & Stairs

Together with you, we determine your status quo and degree of maturity, define goals, develop measures and build individual action plans. We develop sensible next steps for your project and work out specific measures. After a time of your choosing, we will discuss progress and obstacles in the implementation.


As much cooperation as necessary, as much individuality as possible.

Didactic approach

We aim for empowerment rather than regulation. The project work provides short-term impulses, stimulates the process, networks actors and starts the transformation towards sustainability. The defined goal and approach is to enable actors from the culture and media industry to shape the necessary change themselves. Through the cooperation, the actors are able to establish the measures in their organization and gradually develop them further. The modular structure enables the implementation step by step and allows an individual pace.

Small Strokes


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