Per la realizzazione della transizione ecologicaFor completion of the ecology transition
For development of the energy transition
For the circular economy
of investments in line with SDGs
of investments in line with EU taxonomy
In 2021, hirings totalled 1,300 while we provided 216,000 hours of digital training to 9,400 employees. Sixty percent of our workforce underwent courses on sustainability and the UN SDGs, with the target of reaching all employees by 2026. We are committed to ensuring that 50% of new recruitments are women by 2026 (+5% vs 2021F) and 21% of working hours are performed remotely by 2030.
We have implemented two new policies: one dedicated to “Sustainable Procurement” to promote responsible social and environmental practices among our suppliers, and the other dedicated to “Stakeholder Engagement” to strengthen our relations with the areas where we operate. In 2021, 95% of purchases were from Italian businesses; 50% of what we ordered came from suppliers assessed with ESG indicators (2030 target: 90%).
We engaged with 643 start-ups, of which seven have since become part of our portfolio; we have carried out 43 experimentations and 11 crowdsourcing projects, also registering one patent. We are committed to spreading a culture of innovation in firms by means of idea competitions and intrapreneurship schemes, which have involved 3,000 people and generated 546 proposals, from which have emerged eight ideas that are now ongoing projects.
Our Sustainable Finance Framework combines “Green Use of Proceeds” for maximum transparency on the use of proceeds for specific projects and “Sustainability-Linked” for an overall reading of the Strategy. In the first year of the Plan, on the securities market were issued a sustainability-linked bond linked to the Scope 1 emissions target, a green bond with investments in line with taxonomy amounting to 1 billion euros, and a sustainability-linked revolving credit line linked to sustainability targets.