MVO Nederland appoints Bram Adema to Supervisory Board. The supervisory board of MVO Nederland is a six-member board. With this appointment, Bram Adema succeeds Anne-Marie Rakhorst.
MVO Nederland is a network of partners pursuing innovations together towards a future-proof economy. MVO Nederland helps entrepreneurs future-proofing their companies. They do this by facilitating innovation through unexpected collaborations and by creating the right conditions for innovation through lobbying with governmental agencies and investors, both in the Netherlands and Europe.
Bram Adema: “With CFP Green Buildings, we are committed to making buildings in the Netherlands more sustainable. The reduction of CO2 emissions and circularity play a major role in this. I look forward to using my knowledge and experience in my upcoming term as a supervisory director of MVO Nederland and thus contributing to accelerating the transition to a new economy.”
One thing you hear Bram say often is: “Increasing the sustainability of real estate is not going fast enough or far enough!” As director of CFP Green Buildings, Bram works towards changing this every day. With the help of consultants and online tools, Bram has already helped more than 400,000 buildings to become more sustainable. But he doesn’t stop there. He has devised a way to make circularity in buildings quantifiable, he has made sustainability something not only simple but affordable (with innovations like quickscans and sustainable roadmaps), and he is the initiator behind various projects to make schools, municipalities and the sports sector in the Netherlands more sustainable.
In addition, Bram regularly organises events, including the CFP Innovation Day (where sustainable innovations are given a stage) workshops and webinars (with people like Erik Scherder, on the importance of health in buildings), and the Green Buildings Event (where he brings together all the players in the built environment and encourages them to accelerate the sustainability of the building sector).