TOWARDS A CARBON NEUTRAL BUSINESS
TOWARDS A CARBON NEUTRAL BUSINESS
Today companies are acting on climate change pressures implementing carbon-neutral strategies for their brands and products. These frontrunner companies have identified a specific competitive advantage and are exploiting it to become the pioneers and the reference model for the carbon neutral implementation.
Join the fight to climate change and became one of the first movers on the market.
This workshop will provide detailed and practical insights on how your organization can take positive action and be part of the global response developing a carbon neutral business.
For further information, download the brochure.
No previous experience is required to participate in this workshop; however, it is recommended to have a basic understanding of climate change and sustainability topics.
The workshop is technical and it is meant to be mostly theoretical. However we provide for some practical and interactive part where you will be able to ask questions and share your opinion on related topics.
The workshop Carbon Neutrality is provided in ITALIAN
The workshop will take place on 15th of May 2020 in Rome, in the stunning location of Palazzo Taverna-Aldobrandini, in the very center of Rome, few steps away from Castel S.Angelo and Piazza Navona.
The total duration of the workshop is 5 hours.
This workshop is designed for companies who want to know more about carbon neutrality or carbon management strategies and companies who want to commit to carbon neutrality goal taking the lead of the low-carbon transition positing themselves on the market as carbon neutral.
The total cost of the workshop Carbon Neutrality is €900 (+ VAT).
Absolutely not, €900 (+VAT) included is the total cost of the course.
Yes, you can pay in 2 solutions but just if the second payment is made before the beginning of the course.
We offer several payment options (Bank transfer, Paypal, Credit Cards).
Feel free to use the most convenient one for you.
We rely only on highly secure and reliable payment partners. We don’t want this amazing experience you are about to live to be ruined by some malicious third party.
Sure, once you will have paid you will receive an email with a code and a document attached. We there ask you about some basic information, one of these is about the person attending the course. Please specify there the name of the attendee.
No, for this workshop we don’t provide any discount for early subscribers.
Yes, you can pay in every currency you want. Please be aware your bank might charge you an exchange rate commission for that.
Sure, we will provide you with our institute certification and you will have this certificate recorded on the Blockchain. Check our EIIS Certificate Programs page.
The Blockchain is a technology that allows to record data in special ledgers, called blocks. These data are immutable, nobody can modify or cancel them. They remain recorded, forever.
We provide some LinkedIn and Facebook groups where you can get in contact with other people like you who attended or will attend the course. Feel free to ask questions or to share your impressions, doubts or ideas.
Carlo Alberto is full Professor of Marketing, Innovation and Sustainability at Roma Tre University, Department of Business.
His main research areas are: marketing, corporate communication, sustainability, and entrepreneurship.
Since 1986 he has been involved in communication and marketing consultancy for leading Italian companies and institutions: currently he works for Barilla (#1 pasta producer in the world), Coop (#1 retailer in Italy) and Esselunga (n.2 retailer in Italy), Armani and Medtronic.
Since 2016 academic advisor of Life Cycle Engeneering a consultant firm that helps private companies and business associations succeed sustainably, providing professional solutions and tools for Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), eco-design, environmental communication and regulatory compliance
He is faculty member of the PhD in Communication, Social Research, Marketing at Sapienza University of Rome.
He co-founded SIMktg (the Italian academic marketing association) and Dock3 – Roma Tre University’s pre-acceleration programme for startups.
He gives lectures in Italy and abroad (in the last two years: New York, Washington, San Francisco, Tokyo, Sydney, Canberra. Philadelphia).
He is editorialist at Corriere della Sera (#1 newspaper in Italy)
His recent book is Il cibo perfetto. Aziende Consumatori e Impatto Ambientale del Cibo. Perfect Food. Companies, consumers and environmental impact of food, (with M. Marino, Edizioni Ambiente 2015). The latest papers are: “Towards Zero Waste: an Exploratory Study on Restaurant managers”, (con Principato L., Secondi L.) in International Journal of Hospitality Management, Volume 74, August 2018 and “Working toward Healthy and Sustainable Diets: The “Double Pyramid Model” Developed by the Barilla Center for Food and Nutrition to Raise Awareness about the Environmental and Nutritional Impact of Foods” with Ruini L.F., Ciati R., Marino M., Principato L., Vannuzzi E., in Frontiers in Nutrition 2015 May 4.
Luca leads the development of a Sustainable Barilla Group Supply Chain process by improving knowledge and culture related to Health & Safety, Fire Prevention & Protection, Environment and Energy.
He is also the reference in the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN – www.barillacfn.com) for the Sustainable Growth Area due to the competences developed on Food Supply Chain Sustainability.
Luca Ruini was Board Member & Responsible of the Packaging Prevention Activity at Italian Packaging & Packaging Waste Consortium (CONAI) up to 2017.
Since 2001 he has been an Industrial Expert at the European Integrated Pollution Prevention & Control Food, Drink & Milk (EU IPPC)- Technical Working Group –Joint Research Center in Seville (Spain).
Alessia is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Business Studies at Roma Tre University. She holds a master’s degree in Environmental and Development Economics from Roma Tre University and she is currently finishing a Ph.D. degree in Commodity Sciences on the themes of Quality, Innovation, and Sustainability. Her research activities are focused on carbon neutrality and climate change mitigation, sustainable food systems, circular economy, and sustainable tourism. Her current research interest also includes environmental management systems, eco-labels and voluntary instruments for environmental management. She authored numerous publications on a peer-reviewed international journal. She presented her work in several international and national conferences and she was invited lecturer at Tsinghua University in Beijing. She spent a period of research abroad in Spain at Cantabria University. She works as a business consultant and External Funding Manager for several companies. Currently, she is working in a Roma Tre Research Team with FAO and EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) on a project on Carbon Neutrality titled: “Investing in carbon neutrality in the agri-food sector: Challenges and opportunities in a dynamic setting”. From this project, the Carbon Neutrality Lab was born of which she is a member and founder. The Carbon Neutrality Lab is dealing with climate and carbon neutrality research and business consulting.
Raffaele M. Maiorano is an agricultural entrepreneur in Calabria and Marche where he produces Pecorino Crotonese DOP, organic extra virgin olive oil, cereals, vegetables and citrus fruits. He is Italian delegate for Sdg’s and sustainable development in Confagricoltura and chairman of Gfar, Global forum on agricultural research and innovation at FAO.
Raffaele is Professor of agri-food management at the University of Camerino, he coordinates the master in Agribusiness Management at the Rome Business School, collaborates with Il Gambero; he counsels many innovative startups in the agri-food chain as mentor of Startupbootcamp, the accelerator of foodtech companies. Graduated in economics and finance, he has a past as a journalist, working for national newspapers, magazines and parliamentary agencies, and was national president of the Youth of Confagricoltura ANGA for six years as well as a member of the Carrefour Advisor Board.