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In line with our vision to be a leader in improving quality of life around the globe, we see it as our duty and obligation to take action to become a company with a positive impact.
For us at ILF, having a positive impact means giving back more to society, the environment, and the global economy than we take.
Following our vision, we firmly believe that as a company we can have this positive impact on the world to make it better than it is today.


Our operations at ILF are guided by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which support the integration of our net positive commitment into our corporate culture and the services we provide. We are integrating the SDGs as a strategic guideline in our corporate development and are actively taking part in the fight against climate change with our Net Zero Roadmap.

At ILF, we believe that the climate crisis poses the greatest risk to our lives, prosperity, economic development and the reduction of global inequalities. At the same time, the fight against climate change – with the unprecedented transformation of the global economy – is also a great opportunity for our service portfolio. Recognizing this is both a great corporate responsibility and an economic opportunity.

ILF’s corporate sustainability focus is on both – but not limited to – our Race to Net Zero based on our Net Zero Roadmap and our Employer Branding Initiative.




We are committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2040, focusing on reducing our carbon footprint and prioritizing sustainable practices.
Recognizing the urgency of the climate crisis, we have developed a comprehensive roadmap to guide our efforts.
Our commitment includes transparent monitoring and documentation of our progress towards these sustainability goals.


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I. Understanding of the Climate Crisis


We at ILF recognize that we are in a climate crisis, and we acknowledge the threats to all global societies that would result from failing to meet the goal of limiting global warming to well below 2°C, or to 1.5°C above pre-industrial temperatures as agreed at the Climate Change Conference (COP21) in Paris in December 2015. (IPCC SR 1.5 2018, IPCC AR6 2022)


We at ILF recognize that carbon emissions must be limited to approximately 2.3 metric tons per global capita per year by 2030, and to 0.9 metric tons per global capita per year by 2050. This is necessary to achieve a stable climate with net zero emissions and to limit warming to 1.5°C. (United Nations Environment Program 2021)


We at ILF recognize the urgency of meeting the mitigation goal of limiting global warming to well below 2°C, or to 1.5°C above pre-industrial temperatures. To achieve this, it is imperative that global emissions are reduced by 45% by 2030, with net zero emissions reached by 2050, compared to 2010 levels. As we approach 2030, it is crucial that those with the capacity to move faster and achieve a greater reduction by this deadline do so, aiming to reach Net Zero even before 2050.(IPCC SR 1.5 2018, United Nations Environment Program 2021, IPCC AR6 2022)


We at ILF will continuously implement measures and actions to achieve our reduction targets and become Net Zero by 2040 at the latest. We therefore commit to the measures and actions presented in our Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Net Zero. The progress of our efforts will be regularly monitored, evaluated and transparently documented.

II. Roadmap to Net Zero

Collectively, across all companies of the ILF Group, we have set ourselves some ambitious targets to achieve by 2030 and have committed to becoming Net Zero by 2040 in line with the Science Based Target Initiative.

By 2030, we aim to reduce our Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions by 50%, and our Scope 3 emissions by 40%.
By 2040, we aim to reduce our overall emissions by at least 90%, and to offset no more than 10% of our remaining, unavoidable emissions.


III. Measures

To achieve our Roadmap to Net Zero, we will implement measures, ranked by impact, starting immediately and prioritizing actions that offer the greatest reduction in carbon emissions.

Communication and Cultural change: Awareness raising and knowledge transfer on the urgency of the climate crisis and the relevance of sustainable development among all employees is the key element for a responsible corporate transformation process and to create the self-responsibility of each individual. Cultural change is essential for fostering an inclusive and progressive work environment. Implementing effective communication strategies and leading by example can significantly enhance employee engagement and loyalty.

Significant reduction of emissions from company vehicles: Reducing emissions from company vehicles is a crucial step toward achieving carbon reduction goals. Decarbonization of the car fleet and promotion of eco-friendly transportation options can greatly minimize the company’s carbon footprint.

Significant reduction of emissions from employee commuting: Encouraging employees to adopt their commuting habits and offering more sustainable commuting options can significantly lower overall emissions. Initiatives like carpooling, company buses, public transportation incentives, and remote work options can contribute to more responsible commuting behaviour.

Significant reduction of emissions from business travel by aircraft: Reducing emissions from air travel is vital for sustainable business operations. Switching to public transport for short-haul flights, promoting virtual meetings and optimizing travel schedules can help to decrease the environmental impact of business trips.

Reduction of emissions from electricity consumption, heating, and cooling: Energy efficiency and decarbonization of energy consumption. Own photovoltaic systems and storage units and optimized electricity consumption through smart solutions is key to reducing emissions. Implementing energy-efficient technologies and practices can lead to substantial environmental and cost benefits.

Purchasing of sustainable goods and services: Prioritizing the purchase of sustainable goods and services supports environmental responsibility. Choosing eco-friendly suppliers and products can enhance the company’s green credentials and promote sustainable practices.



ILF measures and discloses its impacts on the environment, society, economy and governance in accordance with international reporting standards. The Sustainability Report helps us to identify our strengths and weaknesses and to define mid- and long-term goals to reduce our environmental footprint and promote corporate sustainability

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ILF Sustainability Report 2022

Carbon Footprint Reduction – ILF’s Commitment to Net Zero

ILF is committed to achieving net zero emissions by 2040, aiming for a 50% reduction in Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions, and a 40% reduction in Scope 3 emissions by 2030.

By setting these ambitious sustainability targets, ILF underscores its dedication to environmental responsibility and leading the charge towards a greener future.


Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

ILF offices have implemented comprehensive energy efficiency measures, such as installing state-of-the-art photovoltaic systems and switching to green energy contracts.
These initiatives have substantially reduced energy consumption and carbon emissions, demonstrating ILF’s commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship.
By embracing these green technologies, ILF is not only cutting costs but also paving the way for a cleaner, more sustainable future.

Waste Reduction and Digital Transformation

In the course of our business activities, ILF has significantly reduced paper waste by transitioning to digital processes and minimizing printing, while also managing residual, lightweight packaging, and organic waste through recycling and proper disposal.

Additionally, all ILF offices adhere to local waste separation regulations, ensure electrical devices undergo a second life cycle or proper disposal, and manage water usage and wastewater responsibly, aligning with sustainable development goals.


Social Sustainability

At ILF, social sustainability is crucial to our operations, promoting diversity, inclusion, and employee well-being. Our global workforce includes 30% female employees and a majority aged 31-50, ensuring respect and equal opportunities. We offer flexible work models, including part-time and remote options, with most employees on permanent, full-time contracts for job security.

Our ILF Academy provides comprehensive online training in leadership and technical skills. The Leadership Excellence Program and International Trainee Program foster professional growth and cultural exchange. We prioritize health, safety, and security with robust HSSE policies and training.

Our Club of Young Engineers connects professionals globally through events, and our 2022 Employer of Choice initiative enhances workplace culture and flexibility. Recognized as a “Great Place to Work” in the majority of regions, ILF is dedicated to employee satisfaction.



In recognition of its corporate social responsibility, ILF contributes to the Adolf Feizlmayr Foundation, a scholarship program launched by one of the company founders which aims at supporting talented and motivated students. ILF also actively collaborates with the association Engineers Without Borders, which focuses on technical development cooperation.

ILF not only appreciates its staff dedicating their free time to community services such as the fire department, ambulance service, mountain rescue, or to charity organizations, but also as a company makes regular donations to organizations that support people in need.



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ILF Sustainability Report 2023

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ILF Sustainability Report 2022

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ILF Sustainability Report 2021

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PG1108 Greenhouse Gas Policy

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PG1105 ILF Group Sustainability Policy

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