Earth is our “Home”
Nature is our “Mother”
We all must strive to protect, preserve and use them so that they remain natural, clean and unspoiled.
Human activities have expanded to such extend that it pollutes our home, the Earth and destroys our Mother Nature.
This is exactly why the EC introduced rules, aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and protecting the environment with an ambitious plan, that aims to reduce emissions by at least 55% by 2030 and make Europe the world's first climate-neutral continent by 2050, adapted to the effects of climate change, with a society geared towards the conservation and preservation of Nature.
With regard to climate protection, Europe has taken concrete measures, ranging from significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions to investing in cutting-edge research and innovation, in order to protect the continent’s environment.
All these measures constitute the European Green Deal and are aimed both at protecting the environment and the social impact and corporate governance of all Member States. Those are criteria, rules and policies that we all need to consider and join forces to achieve our green goals.
Organizations need to present their green added value , as every activity has an impact on society and the planet.
Each organization should report to the public its contribution to environmental protection, and not just declare the accuracy and correctness of its financial statements.
There are three main areas that each company should evaluate and put at the center of its priorities:
An important role here is played by certified auditors, who are responsible for assessing the internal environment of each company to ensure the efforts made to protect society and nature.
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