The Netherlands: MVO Nederland/De Groene Zaak is the largest network of sustainable businesses in The Netherlands. They take up initiatives to achieve breakthroughs, show what is possible and what is still needed to realize a sustainable economy.
France: Entreprendre Vert (founded 2005) is the French Green Business and Entrepreneurs’ Association. It aims at promoting a more sustainable economy through an open, non-profit network.
Belgium: Sustainable Economy Association (SEA) aims to accelerate the economic transition towards a sustainable economic model. SEA intends to be a change agent and a counterpart to more traditional and other change adverse business stakeholders.
Hungary: The Foundation for Circular Economy was established with the primary goat to foster and to accelerate the transition of the Hungarian enterprises and economy to a circular and resource-efficient economy.
Austria: Grüne Wirtschaft (founded 1999) is the organization of green entrepreneurs and freelancers in Austria. It represents the interests of more than 650 members. The association is active in the green fraction of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber.
Germany: UnternehmensGrün is the German federal association of green economy (founded 1992). UnternehmensGrün is a nonpartisan, non-profit and financially independent entrepreneurs’ association.
Spain: SANNAS is a Business Association, founded in 2015, that aims to promote Triple Bottom Line Companies. Triple Bottom Line is an accounting framework with three parts: social, environmental and financial. SANNAS provides a wide range of services, such as training, communication or networking.