12 Sep 2017 News
WWF launches an S.O.S. for a sustainable human future.
Among the first to sign the Safe Operating Space (S.O.S.) Manifesto are Barilla, Mutti, Novamont, Sofidel and Unilever Italia.
Tuesday 12th September 2017
Hall of Parliamentary Groups
Chamber of Deputies
An S.O.S. for a sustainable human future. WWF Italia has launched the manifesto in recognition of the Aurelio Peccei Lecture 2017. This edition’s main protagonist was economist Kate Raworth, author of the essay entitled “Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist”, which sparked an international debate on the topic. The initiative, organised annually by WWF Italia and the Club of Rome, was this year held at the Chamber of Deputies in the Hall of Parliamentary Groups, with the collaboration of Novamont chemical company.
Many key subscribers have already joined the S.O.S Manifesto, which institutions, companies and organisations that share our principles can sign up to. Among the first to sign are the prestigious companies Barilla, Mutti, Novamont, Sofidel and Unilever Italia.