Supply chain

Circular Economy: a model to embrace for more sustainable companies

When one thinks of an economic system in harmony with nature and the land, the shape of the circle always comes to mind, of the interconnection and nature that from a source becomes capital and then returns to transform itself into ever new elements.


Non Financial Reporting Directive - EU Directive 95/2014

 The Sustainability reporting, introduced for European companies with the EU Directive 95/2014, represents to date in the international reporting landscape, the starting point of a continuously evolving path that aims to meet numerous challenges, first and foremost the integrated management of non-financial information, structured in a framework that can be as comprehensive as possible, to be placed alongside classic financial reporting.


Environment, social and governance

They are defined as characteristics, or criteria, but also as aspects and risks: in these and other ways it is tried to give a definition to the three pillars of sustainability: Environmental, Social and Governance, in an acronym: "ESG."

Carbon footprint

Green asset Ratio (GAR)

In the new framework defined by the European Taxonomy, with regard to the rules and objectives for classifying business activities that are considered environmentally, socially, and governance sustainable, a prominent point much discussed at the moment, especially in the financial world, is covered by Article 8 of the Taxonomy.


EU Taxonomy

When someone, for the first time, meets the word "Taxonomy," generally comes up against a wall, imagining a complex structure that only professionals of the sector can decipher.

Carbon footprint

Carbon footprint

While it is true that today ESG issues, the Environment, Social and Governance characteristics inherent in every type of business, are increasingly high on the priorities in the agendas of the boards of major organizations, carbon footprint is certainly among the most important issues in the field of sustainability.