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Understanding the views and concerns of Royal HaskoningDHV stakeholders — including our clients, employees, business partners, and communities — supports our work across our business and strategic priorities.
Overview of project examples, initiatives
Our mission to Enhance Society Together, combined with our multidisciplinary expertise, puts us in an excellent position to deliver services and solutions in response to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Principles, Standards and Certifications
As an international company, we are guided by several principles and standards, as presented in our Annual Report Section Integrity and our website.
Key Performance Indicators
Our CSR strategy is based on our promise to Enhance Society Together. Our impact is measured through key performance indicators. These are described together with results for 2021 in our Annual Report Chapter Enhancing Society Together.
Examples of Stakeholder Dialogues
For a complete overview of all the project examples in this report (Annual Report and CSR Report), check the overview of project examples per SDG
The health, wellbeing and resilience of all colleagues are our top priority. Following the employee resilience survey we started in May 2020, a new survey was organised in 2021.
How we are Supporting Communities
Our colleagues across the world contribute their time, expertise and money to enhance the societies within which we work. We support and encourage their activities and look for ways that we can offer support on an organisational level.
Our Water Expert speaks at the UN Climate Change Conference
Nanco Dolman, Royal HaskoningDHV’s leading professional in in water resilient cities, spoke at COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference.
Use cases for technology to boost digital transformation
In 2019, the UK Government laid out a 30-year vision for the maritime industry – called Maritime 2050 – with a strong focus on the potential of technology to improve the efficiency, sustainability and resilience of the country’s critical supply
Alliance for Water stewardship Indonesia
Water shortages present increasing risks to communities and organisations. Due to the shared nature of the resource, cooperation across catchment areas is needed where supply is under stress.