Environmental Social Governance (ESG)
OUR OPERATIONAL STANDARDS
CONCERNING ENVIRONMENT, SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE.
We are responsible - Necron supports charity projects, keeps standards of good governance and cares for our environment.
Sustainability assessment method
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for masterplanning projects, infrastructure and buildings. It recognises and reflects the value in higher performing assets across the built environment lifecycle, from new construction to in-use and refurbishment. Necron has decided in 2022 to strive in all its development projects for the BREEAM "Excellent" certificate.
We take responsibility for the environment because we know that our work and our various major projects are relevant to social policy. For this reason, it is important for us to also support charitable organizations.
Gerard Van Liempt, CEO
The Naankuse Foundation is a conservation charity dedicated to preserving the landscapes, cultures and wildlife of Namibia. Originating as a small wildlife sanctuary nestled in the Namibian bush, Naankuse is now a world-famous conservation organisation.
The Naankuse Foundation Wildlife Sanctuary provides a safe haven and second chance for countless injured, orphaned and conflict animals. They consider it as their mission to preserve the land, cultures and wildlife of Namibia in Africa. They aim to do this by encouraging participation, education and scientific research. We at Necron support them in this endeavor.
The organisation World Central Kitchen (WCK) responds to natural disasters, man-made crises and humanitarian emergencies around the world. They are the first on the front lines, providing meals to people in need. WCK has developed a new model for disaster relief that helps devastated communities recover and build resilient food systems.
the UN Refugee Agency
UNHCR stands for office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. As part of the United Nations, UNHCR works to ensure that people fleeing conflict, persecution and human rights abuses find asylum in other countries and receive protection. We at Necron want to help them to save lives and build better futures for millions forced from home.
For Young Musicians
Necron Group supports the Swiss Foundation for Young Musicians. The Swiss Foundation for Young Musicians supports young, gifted musicians from all over the world on their way to the concert stage. Singers, instrumentalists, composers are all supported, solo or ensemble and classical, jazz or pop. The foundation provides guidance and most importantly, an audience so these young musicians can show their art.
There are a great number of gifted and creative young musicians who are eager to showcase their abilities and projects. This is exactly where the foundation steps in: by organizing concert series, and by doing so giving them the opportunity to play to an interested and engaged audience.
The Foundation’s focus is on the composition of short programs with contemporary and 20th century music. Anything that inspires, encourages interconnection between musicians and demonstrate parallels or contrasts to an audience. Each program is an intensive collaboration with the musicians, regarding both the performance as the promotion. The musicians receive a fee for their performance, and the Foundation helps with audio recordings, video clips and photos for their websites and future promotion.