We are committed daily to sustainable development, following the 17 goals set by the United Nations as a
strategy for a
“better and more sustainable future for everybody“.
We are committed to creating sustainable jobs, promoting equality, reducing discrimination and social exclusion, both in Italy and in the least developed countries, working to ensure that the poorest and most vulnerable have equal rights to economic resources, together with access to basic services.
We promote vocational training and the transfer of technical and specific skills between young people and adults for employment, decent jobs and entrepreneurship. We build disability-sensitive projects that ensure equitable access to training for protected groups and inclusive learning environments for all.
We promote a form of generative welfare that, through the circular economy, creates shared value and allows each person involved to feel socially and professionally active and to achieve their goals. We encourage the development of decent jobs for women and men, including young people and people with disabilities, that stimulate economies and at the same time do not harm the environment.
We implement a sustainable model of production and consumption, which aims to "do more and better with less", increasing the benefits in terms of well-being derived from economic activities through the reduction of resources used, degradation and pollution throughout the production cycle, thus improving the quality of life. We engage in a systemic and cooperative process with different stakeholders, from the producer to the consumer, including businesses, non-profits, policy makers, retailers, media, consumers.
2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is an action program for people, the planet and prosperity.
Signed on 25th September 2015 by the governments of the 193 United Nations countries, and approved by the UN General Assembly, the Agenda consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, set within a broader action program of 169 associated targets or milestones, to be achieved in the environmental, economic, social and institutional fields by 2030.
This program does not solve all the problems, but it is a good common basis from which to build a different world and to give everyone the opportunity to live in a world that is sustainable from an environmental, social and economic point of view.
A global challenge
The goals set for sustainable development are globally valid, concerning and involving all countries and members of society, from private companies to the public sector, from civil society to information and culture operators.
The 17Goals refer to a set of important development issues that take into account, in a balanced way, the three dimensions of sustainable development – economic, social and ecological – and aim to end poverty, fight against inequality, address climate change, and build peaceful societies that respect human rights.