Economic growth on its own is not enough: development is only real if it improves quality of life in a lasting way. This is why when we refer to environmental sustainability we refer to a process that can support the economic growth of companies and the protection of human health and the environment.
It is not always clear how to define the concept of environmental sustainability. Very often we find the definition given by the Bruntland report (1987, United Nations), which defines it as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Environmental sustainability seeks to underline the fragility of the environment and the impact that all living beings have on it, above all through human decisions. This dimension includes the regulations necessary for the protection of living beings and the ecosystems in which they live.
Without natural resources available there is no development. For all mandatory or optional requirements to which companies are subject, we offer a series of services for ensuring respective compliance.