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Gingko 21

Our values

Team spirit and openness are the founding values of Gingko 21.

By using collaborative tools, we are committed to quality and conviviality at work. Well being is also ensured through respect, trust and reciprocal care.

Our commitments

Gingko 21 is a consulting office in eco-design and eco-innovation. Therefore, our daily habits and behaviour should be examplary. That is why we take sound and simple actions to minimize our environmental footprint: public transportation commuting, color printing limitation, recycled paper purchasing, waste sorting beyond local rules...

See our Sustainable Development Charter

Above all, doing our job well is the most important lever to reduce environmental impact: helping clients in minimizing environmental footprint of their products and services, as they design them, is our indirect contribution to releave environmental load. We have high quality standards and passion is at the heart of every of our missions. 

Our added value
  • A rational and scientific approach based on a twenty year environmental assessment tool practice. 

  • Higher value solutions emerge from new business models (new design, production, consumption and use methods) methods,  to make a company's actions meet social expectancies.

  • Our Circular Economy vision : Zero impact, Collaborative behaviour, Eco-utility, Efficiency (less is more).

  • Creativity as a key resource to deal with the challenges of this century.

  • Trend and innovation orientation (sustainable design, ITE, circular economy, CSR).

Why Gingko 21 ?

Gingko Biloba is a Far Eastern tree, the oldest species on the planet. It may be 150 million years old and has resisted dinosaurs extinction and Hiroshima nuclear bombing. In Japan, it is called grand father's and grand son's tree because someone who plants a Gingko will not harvest its fruits. It definitely embodies the principle of sustainable development. 

Then, 21 refers to Agenda 21, which is a sustainable development action plan for the 21st century. It was adopted by 173 heads of state at the Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit in 1992.

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