Sustainable development and CSR
As befits a responsible and environmentally friendly company, Port of Tallinn regularly contributes to minimizing its environmental impact – both in its operations and planning.
We will always act responsibly with regard to our natural and marine environment. To help us achieve that we listen to communities, work with municipalities, research institutes and other major Baltic Sea ports to ensure the sustainable development and operation of the company.
Our goal is not to undertake individual responsibility projects as such, but to manage the entire company and all our projects on a sustainable basis. This means that we consider our business decisions from an economic, environmental and social perspective. We aim to be a reliable partner for our customers, our current and future employees and investors.
In September 2015, at the United Nations’ (UN) summit in New York, Sustainable Development Goals were adopted. This declaration, as well as our own government’s goals for achieving climate neutrality and the EU Green Deal are important reference points for planning and contributing to the sustainable development of Port of Tallinn.
More detailed information on Port of Tallinn’s CSR policy can be found in our annual reports.
Port of Tallinn has been a member of the Estonian Socially Responsible Business Forum since 2014 and in its operations, will be guided by the Forum’s jointly agreed promise for a better tomorrow.