Treedom takes part in the GRI conference with Enel

May 18, 2016 | written by:

This year also the Treedom team will take actively part in the 5th GRI Global Conference 2016* that is taking place in Amsterdam from today, Wednesday 18th, to Friday 20th May. Filippo Taccetti, Treedom Partner & Business Development will speak this afternoon during the session '20 years on: are we making a difference?’, where the challenges and current needs will be investigated in order to create a virtuous economic circle more and more sustainable.

Especially Filippo will share with the audience Treedom commitment to combine innovation and sustainability encouraging citizens to actively contribute to the environmental and social sustainability through gamification. Great attention will be given to the importance of a complete and transparent communication to stimulate and ensure the emotional involvement of the users.

Our participation at GRI conference is made possible thanks to our relationship with Enel, the main sponsor of the conference, a company with which, in the last years, we have implemented CSR projects with the aim to minimize the CO2 emissions.

From the most recent initiative promoted during the last Earth Day of April 22 (we have told you here and you can find more info here), to Tiziano Ferro’s concerts with zero impact in 2012, passing through the 2011 tour of Jovanotti and without forgetting Enel Premia, the Enel affiliate program that has been linked the support to a reforestation project in Cameroon. Filippo Taccetti will offer to the public a brief overview on case studies involving Treedom and Enel.

For more information about the conference, please visit the official website or follow the hashtag #GRI2016.

* GRI is an international organization that aims to support companies, institutions and other entities to understand and later on to communicate properly their business impacts on crucial topics concerning sustainability, such us the climate change, human rights, corruption and more.


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