The financiers of Responsible Consumption

The Financiers of Responsible Consumption

The financiers of Responsible Consumption make our work for a circular world possible. We want to be a part of the solution for a sustainable world! The norm in today’s society is unsustainable consumption. We want to increase the knowledge about consumption’s effect on the planet and make it easier to make responsible choices. We are aiming for reflection, not perfection. Our vision is a world where it is the circulents’ demand that dictate the supply. A world where it is a natural choice and a natural lifestyle to be a circulent. As a circulent you take responsibility for sustainable development through conscious consumption. It is thanks to our financiers that we can continue to operate!

The Swedish Consumer Agency

Since 2008, the Swedish Consumer Agency has supported us financially in different ways, in recent years through operational aid. This grant mainly supports keeping the office running, as well as carrying out lectures and workshops, which are a large part of what we do.

 

The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Since 2018, we have also received organizational aid from the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency. This grant partially covers the cost of one of our three part- time employees at the office.

 

The Swedish Postcode Foundation

The project grant amounts to 2.5 million SEK and the duration of the project is two years (2020-2022). The purpose of the project is to create a resilient and long term sustainable organization. An organization that can continue to function as a self- evident actor for sustainable consumption in Sweden. Within the frame of the project, the organization has been able to employ a new project leader, among other things. You can read more about our project grant from the Swedish Postcode Foundation in our press release.

You can always find more information about the organization’s finances and how we use our government funding in our annual reports, found beneath policy documents (in Swedish).