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Green

Green economy

and corporate social responsibility

The green economy is an economic development model that evaluates a production activity mainly by its environmental impact as well as on the basis of the benefits deriving from growth. The primary purpose of public and private investments is to reduce all forms of pollution, increase the use and efficiency of alternative energies and preserve global biodiversity. Sustainable development, in fact, not only provides for the protection of human resources but homogeneously mixes the latter with the economic and social spheres with the ultimate aim of satisfying the needs of all generations while respecting past, current and future ones.

Green Economy: what is it about?

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The future must be sustainable

also for businesses .

The Verdanza project aimed at SMEs and Large Enterprises was designed to raise awareness among companies and accentuate their social responsibility. What is the purpose?

Effectively manage the problems deriving from the social and ethical impact of one's work, both in the heart of the company and in the context that surrounds and characterizes it.

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The main objectives of the Green Economy

  • Reduction of CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions, the main causes of environmental pollution and instability of atmospheric phenomena;

  • Increase in the efficiency of use of natural resources: reducing the massive exploitation of fuels and non-renewable sources;

  • Recycling or reuse of waste materials: reduction of waste in production and transport processes;

  • Preserve biodiversity and natural ecosystems.

The Green Economy with Verdanza

"Fresh" and ungrammatical

This name was chosen to let anyone who hears about it understand that appearance is deceptive: despite the seriousness, importance and the inevitable consequence that failure to comply with these objectives would lead, Verdanza deals with issues related to " Green ”with slight lightheartedness, so that the issue takes on the appearance of a common mass topic, but which hides within itself the key to preserving the world in which we live.

Together with companies, we plan information and refresher courses to sensitize entrepreneurs and employees to an innovative, profitable and sustainable business model.

The organized courses will be held directly at your headquarters, where one of our experts will provide details, curiosities and advice on how to best set up

a worktop that approaches the concept of

Green Economy.

Verdanza is a non-governmental organization that in its own small way supports and deals with sustainability. From deforestation to energy saving, every company can preserve the environment in the most consistent with its corporate values.

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Stay Tuned!

Contenuti, curiosità, consigli e riflessioni su un modello di business sempre più adottato dalle imprese italiane. 

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Better health of humans and terrestrial habitats derived from the reduction

environmental pollution

Green economy:

Why does it produce well-being?

According to the World Health Organization, around 8 out of 10 people in Europe are subject to high levels of pollution. Taking advantage of this economic model centered on the "Green", could bring benefits and profits both for the individual and for the community, if it were rigorously used in small and large economic and social realities.

Why can the Green Economy produce well-being?

In the Green Economy it is the primary objective: reduction of pollution and emissions of CO2 and harmful gases into the atmosphere. These are the main actors that determine the unnatural climate change and destabilizers of the health of every living being.

The ultimate goal of the green economy is to reduce the levels of environmental pollution through numerous interventions and restrictions on mobility: encouraging the use of public transport and its enhancement, access restrictions for some metropolitan areas, promoting micro-mobility and shared mobility services and electric mobility.