Sustainability is a hot topic; there is no debate on that point. However, it’s one of the few things when it comes to sustainability that is not up for debate. On most other aspects, from what we mean by “sustainability” to what we need to do to be sustainable, opinions and interpretations vary greatly. The objective of the EFQM Sustainability Good Practice Competition was to identify a number of practical examples of approaches that could be shared and would encourage and inspire others. We received a total of 24 applications from 12 countries from Europe, the Middle East and India. The standard of the applications was very high but our jury of experts in the field of CSR narrowed them down to 5 finalists. Solvay’s Sustainable Portfolio Management (SPM) approach was recognised as “Highly Commended” by the Jury of the EFQM Sustainability Good Practice Competition. The jury was impressed with the innovative nature of the tool Solvay has developed. Jury members recognised its potential to significantly contribute not only to Solvay’s sustainable development but also to be adapted and adopted in other industries and sectors.