Our national partners

The TOUR du DUERF team in Luxembourg - Climate Alliance Luxembourg and the Ministry of Mobility and Public Works - is happy to announce the support of the following organizations!


Since 1985, ProVelo.lu (LVI) represent the interests of cyclists in the public area and towards political authorities. Our main goal is to improve safety conditions for cyclists and thus to promote cycling as a means of transport. We are committed to a respectful coexistence of all road users.


IMS - Inspiring more Sustainability

IMS - Inspiring more Sustainability - has been the leading network of Luxembourg companies committed to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for over 10 years. IMS explores new solutions and concretely tests sustainable alternatives, through working groups and pilot projects with positive impacts. Through these projects, IMS facilitates innovative initiatives by mobilizing all stakeholders (private, public and associative).
IMS projects tackle these different challenges:

  • People: Inclusion & diversity; Wellbeing at work; Community engagement; Youth; Business & human rights
  • Planet: Tackling climate change; Natural resources & Biodiversity; Towards Zero Waste
  • Prosperity: Responsible production & consumption; New economic approaches; Social and solidarity economy; Transparency & reporting

IMS is an independent, apolitical, non-profit organization that benefits from the expertise of an agile and creative team. IMS is also the national representative of the European organization CSR Europe.  

Collaborative synergies to create connections.

As one of the partners of the “Pacte Climat”, IMS assists the municipalities and companies of the national territory in chapter 6: cooperation and communication. As a neutral interlocutor, IMS ensures the connection between municipalities and territorial actors in order to create alliances around innovative, virtuous and sustainable projects.  

We run workshops inspired by the process of social innovation. Firstly, we want to understand the problematic of the territory’s user. We work on a diagnosis (a rapid field analysis) and then offer solutions to engage the actors in a collaborative dynamic and foster social learning. We encourage the implementation of pilot projects to, ideally, develop them on a larger scale. Ultimately our aim is to create systemic changes.