Economic growth by itself is not enough: real development results in long-lasting improvements in quality of life.
That is why when one speaks of environmental sustainability, one refers to a process able to support the economic growth of companies while protecting human health and the environment.
The concept of environmental sustainability is not always clearly defined. One commonly used definition is the one provided by the Bruntland report (UN, 1987) according to which it is development that meets the needs of the present, without undermining the ability of future generations to meet their needs.
Environmental sustainability seeks to underline the fragility of the environment and the impact that all living beings have on it, especially through human decisions. This dimension includes the regulations required to protect living beings and the ecosystems in which they live.
There can be no development without available natural resources. For all mandatory or voluntary fulfilments that companies are subject to, we offer a set of services that assure conformity.