While networking and dialogue may promote sustainable action, they certainly create a sense of participation in joint efforts to do something about climate change or pursuing non-financial goals. The Adler Group therefore finds it worthwhile to be a member of organisations dedicated to a wide range of sustainability aspects.
Worldwide pact between the United Nations and companies to make globalization more social and ecological. The central themes of the Global Compact are human rights, labor rights, environmental awareness and anti-corruption.
Since its founding in 2007, the DGNB has been committed to demonstrably good buildings and livable neighborhoods. All new buildings of the Adler Group are to be certified and achieve the high sustainability level "DGNB Gold Standard".
The ZIA Central Real Estate Committee represents the interests of the entire real estate industry in terms of regulatory and economic policy. It promotes and supports appropriate measures to maintain and improve the economic, legal, fiscal and political environment of the real estate industry.
The Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection (BMWK) energy efficiency network for housing association energy management companies
The Efficiency Network is an agreement between the government of the Federal Republic of Germany and German industry associations and organizations on the introduction of such networks.
Institute for Corporate Governance in the German Real Estate Industry (ICG)
The ICG is the real estate industry's leading think and do tank for good governance. Since 2002, the ICG Institute has been committed to "Good Governance".
Since its founding in 2012, the German Institute for Compliance (Deutsches Institut für Compliance e.V.) and its approximately 600 members - mostly companies - have pursued the goal of setting and further developing standards for compliance practice.
buildingSMART is the competence network for Open-BIM and the digitalisation of the construction and real estate industry.
The GLCI is a driver for the transformation of the construction and real estate industry toward greater user-centeredness, efficiency, and resource conservation in the design, construction, and operation of buildings.
The Diversity Charter advances the recognition, appreciation and inclusion of diversity in the world of work.