Environmental Responsibility

We minimize our environmental impact and
foster environmental awareness. We recognize our
responsibility to safeguard a rich natural environment
for future generations.

Goal Achieved: Carbon Neutral

Since the first carbon emission accounting in 2019, Camelot has been officially certified as a “climate-neutral company”.
Our certification partner is TÜV Rheinland, one of the institutions for ensuring safety and quality through their certifications.
The globally recognized certification is part of Camelot’s decarbonization strategy to reduce over 50% of CO2 emissions by 2026 and to fully offset all unavoidable emissions.

Annual Process Cycle

We understand the significance of CAMELOT’s footprint and established an annual recurring process cycle to reduce it

REPORTING: We transparently report and evaluate our carbon emissions over all three GHG reporting scopes and all areas that contribute to our carbon footprint.
REDUCTION: We strive to reduce our carbon footprint to an absolute minimum, so that only unavoidable emissions will be left.
COMPENSATION: The unavoidable emissions will be offset with carbon credits, making Camelot a carbon-neutral, and ultimately net-zero carbon company.
ENABLEMENT: Our expertise is regularly published to help find solutions to minimize the environmental impact. With our consulting services, we help reduce our clients’ footprints.

Reporting of
Carbon Emissions

Camelot became officially certified by South Pole as carbon neutral in 2019.

Since the reporting year 2021, the carbon footprint calculation according to the GHG protocol and the carbon neutrality certification process has been conducted together with TÜV Rheinland. The long-term goal is to achieve net-zero carbon in 2026. For Camelot as a consulting company, travel and commuting are the biggest drivers of emissions. The changes in working practices brought about by the Corona pandemic have already led to a significant reduction in this area. In addition, targeted measures have been introduced that directly reduce CO2 emissions or support climate-friendly behavior. Emissions that cannot be avoided are fully offset by supporting global renewable energy projects and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) or Gold Standard innovations.

Cooperation with TÜV Rheinland

A tradition of safety and quality

The renewed validation of our carbon neutrality by TÜV is proof of our unwavering commitment to excellence. With its 150-year history, TÜV is a leader in ensuring safety and quality by testing technical systems, and products, and certifying management systems to international standards. 

Recognition for Our Sustainability Work

Camelot has been again awarded a silver medal for our sustainability initiatives as part of the EcoVadis sustainability ranking. This puts us in the top 25% of companies evaluated worldwide.

Focused CO2 Reduction

Continuous measures are needed to take steps in the right direction and reduce emissions in the long term.
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Flexible Workspace

Preference for “hybrid” balancing personal interaction, efficient project delivery, travel expenses, and the carbon footprint.

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No Short-Haul Flights

Verification of all flights for environmentally friendly alternatives.

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Bike Leasing & E-Cars

Replacement of traditional traffic means by environmentally friendly travel.

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And Much More

We’re continually taking steps to reduce our environmental footprint, such as digitizing our processes, using green power wherever possible, and providing environmentally friendly hardware.

Camelot at a Glance

By setting ambitious reduction targets, we aim to reduce our overall carbon footprint by 57% from a 2019 base year total of 4,121 t CO2e. This translates into the reduction of scope 1 GHG emissions by 85%, scope 2 by 41%, and a reduction of scope 3 emissions by 54% by 2026. Impacts will mainly be generated within the area of travel and commuting, since these are the main drivers of our carbon footprint.

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"The official confirmation of our carbon footprint is an important basis for us to work systematically on reducing our emissions. We don't just want to compensate; we want to consciously reduce our carbon dioxide consumption and thus make an effective and sustainable contribution to climate protection."

Jorma Gall, Managing Partner

Long-Term Sustainability

Innovating for Sustainable Value Chains

Innovation is pivotal in our ESG mission. We harness one of our signature strengths, our innovative power, to contribute to a sustainable world. Camelot’s GreenMind² competence center creates strategies and solutions that enable businesses to take a step forward in their sustainability journey.