Time for Humanitarian Climate Change
In the past few years I have visited several refugee camps and regions that depend on emergency aid. I realize how privileged I am, and many others with me. And I also realize how big the impact of wars, natural disasters and climate change can be. It can happen to anyone, anywhere. And if it happens to you you're grateful that others people are there to help, as many of us or our ancestors have been as well.
I am therefore happy and proud that DSM, too, can take this responsibility. We are doing this in our own way, in the field in which we can make a difference for people in need, building on our own strengths and expertise. Through the World Food Programme DSM is closely involved in the activities of the United Nations.