The 2030 Agenda
The UN Agenda 2030, signed in 2015 by over 190 countries, including Italy, has identified the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (Sustainable Development Goals - SDGs) to be achieved by 2030.
The UN Agenda 2030, signed in 2015 by over 190 countries, including Italy, has identified the 17 Sustainable Development Goals to be achieved by 2030.
Sustainable development can be defined as the practice of development meeting the present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
The action program declines each of the 17 objectives into a set of targets, a total of 169, relating to the environmental, economic, social and institutional areas.
With the awareness that these are "common objectives" achievable only through the collective commitment of countries, companies and individuals, the Sella group is committed to constantly improving its performance concerning the SDGs.