Sponsors are organizations or individual who provide material assistance (time, money, services, equipment) to the Pyramid 2030 campaign.

Supporters are organizations who publicly endorse the campaign and help to spread the word.


AtKisson_Logo_2014_Gradient_300dpi_smallThe AtKisson Group. Pyramid 2030 was initiated by the AtKisson Group, one of the world’s pioneering sustainability knowledge and consulting networks (founded in 1992). AtKisson Group members include consulting and training companies, university centers for sustainability, non-profit foundations, and associates in over a dozen countries. AtKisson, Inc., the hub company, is legally based in Seattle, USA. AtKisson Europe AB, the company’s European subsidiary, is based in Stockholm, Sweden. See: www.AtKisson.com

c4st_logo_colorThe Center for Sustainability Transformation, a training and professional development company based in Germany, also acts as the global professional development division of the AtKisson Group network. CforST provides training, coaching, and related services to organizational and individual clients, and also runs international Master Classes on change and sustainability. See: www.CforST.com

CompassEducationLogo_v1Compass Education is the AtKisson Group’s affiliated program of outreach and training for professionals working in schools and universities. The program also helps institutions pursue and integrated “boardroom-to-classroom” approach to the practice of sustainability, in teaching as well as in management. See: www.CompassEducation.org


The Balaton Group, A global network of leading sustainability researchers and practitioners, since 1982. See www.balatongroup.org

Climate Interactive, promoting science-based tools for a thriving future. See www.climateinteractive.org

The Natural Edge Project, a collaborative partnership for research, education, policy development, and strategy for sustainable development. See www.naturaledgeproject.net