Giovanni Ferigo, Inwit. Sustainability and social inclusion also pass through digitization


The right to connection has become, in effect, a theme of sustainability e you social inclusion. Between smart working and distance learning, the pandemic emergency has ended up accelerating some processes already underway for years; but, at the same time, he highlighted the need to bridge the gap between the different areas of our peninsula. “The digitization of the country – he explains Giovanni FerigoChief executive officier di Inwit – it can break down those barriers that are still present both in large cities and in more peripheral areas ”.

Smart working has highlighted how fundamental it is to bridge the digital divide that still exists in our country © Yasmina H / Unsplash

The importance of the UN 2030 Agenda

Inwit is one of the most important players operating in the sector of infrastructure for electronic telecommunications. A reality that has decided to shape its own strategy in the wake of the UN 2030 Agenda for sustainable development. Two, in particular, are the targets of fundamental importance for the company: the goal 9, which aims to build a resilient infrastructure and promote innovation and fair, responsible and sustainable industrialization, and the goal 11 focused on inclusive, safe, enduring and sustainable cities.

sustainable development goalsThe Sustainable Development Goals © United Nations Regional Information Center

But not only. “One of the objectives that are most stimulating us – continues Ferigo – is to bring forward by one year, to 2024, the achievement of carbon neutrality. While already this year we intend to consume 100 percent of green energy “. Ambitious objectives to be fully in line with the dictates of the Cop26 in Glasgow, at the end of which the signatory countries of the Paris Agreement have committed themselves to holding the global warming within 1.5 degrees of pre-industrial levels.

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