Ecogain supports ecocide law

Ecogain has joined the growing group of companies and organisations in support of ecocide law. Ecogain’s business is solutions for a living planet and responsible business.

“Ecocide is about changing our norms about nature. It’s a no-brainer!”, says Anders Enetjärn, Founder of Ecogain, Business Developer and Thought Leader

Earlier this year, Ecogain was doubly awarded at a gala in Umeå: the company was made “Growth company of the year” and founder Anders Enetjärn was awarded “Entrepreneur of the year”.

Ecogain has made an impressive journey from a lone consultant with an ambition to change the world to being an actor with many employees who are internationally recognized for their thought processes and methods. In addition to an impressive journey, Ecogain has brought environmental policy into business life, which the political system itself has not succeeded in doing.

Thank you to Anders and Ecogain for supporting an Ecocide Law.

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