The Italian Ministry of the Environment is supporting CDP’s disclosure invitation of important environmental information. - Palladio Group
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The Italian Ministry of the Environment is supporting CDP’s disclosure invitation of important environmental information.

06, Aug, 2020

It was recently announced that the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea supports participation in the CDP. The Ministry joins the numerous organizations that every year urge companies to make their environmental impact data public. The objective is to make environmental reporting and risk management market standards in order to help sharing, learning about, and adopting the actions needed to create a sustainable economy. Since 2016 Palladio Group participates in the CDP making public and sharing the environmental impact data with stakeholders, as well as the actions and strategies to fight climate change. Find out more in chapter 5 of our 2020 Sustainability Report.

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