Divided into ten points, it is focused on companies that change in order to make the Country more sustainable. Among the main chapters of the document: greater governance for competitiveness; attention to social and environmental problems; support for the innovation of business models and business strategies aimed at achieving the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) of the 2030 Agenda; training and research promotion; support for policies and management systems to ensure behavioral integrity and fight corruption; identification of suitable economic policy instruments; development of public-private partnerships and with the third sector.
The new world scenarios already impose a more systematic attention regarding the economic participants: sustainability and social responsibility, therefore, are not exclusively corollaries of industrial activities, but rather necessary management and strategic incentives. And they represent the main drivers to reduce costs, increase productivity, attract consumers and investors, and seize market opportunities.
“This is a call to action of Italian entrepreneurship, because sustainability and innovation are the two main pillars of the country’s economic development – explains the president of Confindustria Vincenzo Boccia – It is not just awareness as citizens, but also the need of changing the point of view. It is necessary to reflect and continue to work on a different model of development, which combines sustainability with innovation”, concludes the industrial leader.
In Confindustria, the Rsi was included in the delegation for industrial policy entrusted to the vice-president Giulio Pedrollo and a special Technical Group was set up, in charge of disseminating the subject matter through a series of initiatives and activities.