Cornelis Serveert works first and foremost with organisations in the public sector: governments, educational institutions, advocacy groups, and social entrepreneurs. Nothing beats some concrete examples, to give an idea of the kinds of issues and projects that we tackle.
The city of Gent did research into how
business can contribute to mobility
The City of Gent is proactively looking for sustainable
mobility solutions to prevent gridlocks in the southern
edge of the city. As part of a larger research project
we challenged businesses to integrate mobility in
their policy in collaboration with the government and
11.11.11 EN NGO FEDERATIE
a digital turnaround
During Forward fest 11.11.11 and NGO Federatie
opened the doors of the Ancienne Belgique to put
as many heads together as possible, to think about
the future of international solidarity.
The corona crisis sadly prevented this.
Cornelis Serveert rushed to their aid to run
Forward Fest on a digital platform.
PROVINCIE UTRECHT & the municipalities
of Utrecht, Amersfoort, and Hilversum
How can regional authorities, business,
and educational institutions create a
definitive regional economic agenda
The province of Utrecht and the municipalities of
Utrecht, Amersfoort, and Hilversum were collectively
working on a regional economic agenda.
Before a definitive version of this agenda was produced,
they entered into dialogue with businesses,
regional authorities and educational institutions.
Cornelis Serveert organised 8 meetings to gather
focused perspectives. The results formed the basis
for a definitive and widely supported agenda.
MARINE STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL
How can we make the sustainable
consumption of fish the standard
across the country?
The Marine Stewardship Council(MSC) wanted to
focus and clarify the outlines of the MSC quality
mark for sustainable fishing, and simultaneously
uncover where the chain of sustainable
We organised a multi-stakeholder meeting!