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UN global compact COE: FEEM renewed commitment on sustainable development

"From the very beginning of its activity in 1989, FEEM has devoted its research to sustainable issues becoming a leading institution on a wide range of environmental, energy and global economic issues.

As such, FEEM is aware of its important role in the promotion and implementation of the Ten Principles of the UN Global Compact and the 2030 Agenda and I am proud to say that these areas are of primary concern of FEEM activities and research."

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Enrico Mattei

FEEM is entitled to Enrico Mattei, the founder of Eni and an economic leader in the national industrial system and international relations of the post-war period.

Enrico Mattei became one of the leaders of the antifascist resistance movement in Northern Italy during World War II. After the peace declaration was appointed by the government bankruptcy trustee of the distressed state-owned oil company Agip ...

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FEEM for climate
FEEM FOR CLIMATE
2015: a crucial year for sustainable development

FEEM has contributed to the scientific debate on climate change and sustainable development ever since it became a hot topic worldwide. Research activities and a broad international network have allowed FEEM to play an important role in national and international meetings and projects focused on sustainable development and on climate change in particular.

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Timeline
1989 _ 2017

History of the most significant stages of FEEM

Timeline
Eni: the founder

Eni's Mission

“Our mission reveals Eni's values when it comes to the climate, the environment, access to energy, cooperation, partnerships, respect for people and human rights. It was launched against the backdrop of the UN General Assembly and the 2019 Climate Summit in New York, where the UN, governments, citizens and companies met to try and get nearer to achieving the SDGs. The new mission picks up where the last, begun in 2016, left off. Having been approved by the Board of Directors, it will be a point of reference for the company and its more than 30,000 employees in 67 countries.”

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