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

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<ol><li> 1. Corporate-University Engagement Angelo Riccaboni Chair, SDSN Mediterranean Rector, University of Siena June 18, 2015 </li><li> 2. Time Ways of managing sustainability within companies Social change Development of territory Ratiocost/benefitsfromadoptionof sustainabilitystrategiesandinitiatives </li><li> 3. Strategy Reporting Business Model Sustainability Execution Management Mechanisms Operative Procedures Internal Measurements Systems </li><li> 4. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) Footprints </li><li> 5. Connectivity Matrix between resources employed (articulated per capitals), sustainability actions and achievement of business objectives </li><li> 6. Leading Italian SME in higher quality segment of childrens wear market </li><li> 7. Stakeholder Engagement Activity </li><li> 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 </li><li> 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 </li><li> 10. Key Role of Agri-food Businesses SDGs </li></ol>