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ISCN 2015 Dialogue 3: Corporate-University Engagement, Angelo Riccaboni


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Angelo Riccaboni, Rector, University of Siena

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ISCN 2015 Dialogue 3: Corporate-University Engagement, Angelo Riccaboni

  1. 1. Corporate-University Engagement Angelo Riccaboni Chair, SDSN Mediterranean Rector, University of Siena June 18, 2015
  2. 2. Time Ways of managing sustainability within companies Social change Development of territory Ratiocost/benefitsfromadoptionof sustainabilitystrategiesandinitiatives
  3. 3. Strategy Reporting Business Model Sustainability Execution Management Mechanisms Operative Procedures Internal Measurements Systems
  4. 4. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Footprints
  5. 5. “Connectivity Matrix” between resources employed (articulated per capitals), sustainability actions and achievement of business objectives
  6. 6. Leading Italian SME in higher quality segment of children’s wear market
  7. 7. Stakeholder Engagement Activity
  8. 8. 2011: Building of a completely «off-grid» winery •Thermal power requirements: - 25% •Electricity requirements: - 35% •Overall energy savings: - 54% •Water Footprint •Biodiversity Index •Carbon Footprint of the entire production process •First company in the world to certificate Carbon Footprint of a bottle of wine (1,58 Kg/CO2 vs. 1,87 Kg/CO2 before the winey was built) Average Annual Energy Costs Savings: ≈ 46.000 € Investments ≈ 350.000 €
  9. 9. PRIMA Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area An integrated programme on food systems and water resources for the development of inclusive, sustainable and healthy Euro-Mediterranean societies
  10. 10. Key Role of Agri-food Businesses SDGs