Being Sustainable During COVID Times: Paradoxes and a Real Case
Sustainability is now everywhere: so many companies are using the term but what does it really mean and what are the actions/products that we need to look at? How is the Covid-19 pandemic going to affect the sustainability pathway? Are we going to experience a shift from a company-led issue to a government-flagship?
Let's also look at a start-up that is focusing its activity on a very real objective: helping achieve carbon-neutrality thanks to forestry!
Please note that English shall be the language of this event although the Q&A session shall be in both in English and It
We look forward to your questions. Paola & Andrea
Paola Lanzarini has been focusing her work on sustainability and corporate social responsibility since Protected content , first in Great Britain and then in Italy, both form the perspective of the not-for-profit sector and from a business point-of-view. She has graduated in Economics from Bocconi University and was nominated Young Global Leader Protected content the World Economic Forum.
Andrea Saverio Cornacchia - CEO of Carbon Credits Consulting.
Born in Protected content , he graduated in Economics and Law at the University of Bologna and afterwards he pursued an MBA at the Bologna Business School. Passionate about sustainability and believing we can live in a low carbon emissions world, in Protected content co-founded his first start-up MATERIKO, developing sustainable materials for high-end fashion firm. Since Protected content is CEO and founder of Carbon Credits Consulting.
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