VBU was founded in 1988 as an association of environmental professionals. VBU has about 500 members in all industrial sectors. VBU represents the interests of his members regarding their professional, economical, social, political and legal concerns. This representation of interests belongs to the core-competences of VBU. In details:
In this meaning VBU is engaged in politics, and participates in legislation. VBU gives his members protection and support in all legal questions and legal affairs in connection with their professional concerns (for example: environmental law, labour law, criminal law). VBU gives the opportunity for an interchange of views and opinions, of environmental knowledge and experiences concerning to topical tendencies in the specific industrial sectors in special meetings. The idea behind is, to create a kind of network for all members.
VBU-members can claim these services for an annual contribution of 180 €. This is a lump sum, so that no further charge will be required for the use of these services.
From Government to public sector to businesses to individuals – we all need to play our part. By working together, we can improve our understanding of what we all need to do to confront the challenges ahead – in particular the risks presented by climate change and the threats of air and water pollution to biodiversity. National and international are in a state of constant change. This has led to challenges such as pollution and climate change and damages to the ecosystems are pressures, environmental professionals need to care. Decades of work to understand and to protect the national resources have taken us a long way. Resources provide opportunities for employment and economic activities. So environmental professionals make a significant contribution to the physical health and well-being of all.
VBU has chosen to consider the following activities that reflect the goals of the environmental management:
To sum up . . .
For VBU it is clear, that a range of issues, which are difficult to manage and to regulate is contributing to reducing the efficiency of Germanys ecosystems. Much legislation about the environmental management is not possible to evaluate its success. Our focus is on systems of integrated management. That affect the delivery of ecosystems benefits, which should in turn have the result of lower costs.
VBU will develop its goals approach further. We intend to . . .