Environmental protection is one of the key dimensions of the responsibility commitment of Intesa Sanpaolo. The foundations that underpin the company's environmental policy are the avoidance of waste, attention to the environmental consequences of corporate decisions and sustainable mobility. For this reason we believe the involvement of our employees is increasingly important.
In Italy, the Ambientiamo project, which was launched in 2009 as a remote training project aimed at consolidating the knowledge on environmental sustainability issues, through the innovative application of available integrated multimedia (video, e-learning, web TV, radio and company magazines, edu-cards and mail) is now a permanent training platform available to all employees.
The project, sponsored by the Ministry of the Environment, aims to:
strengthen the environmental culture of Group employees,
broaden their understanding of the effects that daily actions have on the environment,
support activities of the Environmental Sustainability Group in spreading knowledge about the issue so as to increase the number of subsidiaries with UNI EN ISO 14001 and UNI CEI EN ISO 50001 certifications.
Ambientiamo is divided into six thematic sections
The Renewable Energy section has been drawn up in collaboration with Legambiente. The "Climate Change" topic was developed in 2014 with 4 training modules, which analysed the impacts that climate change may have on the present and future generations:
how does the climate evolve?
what is the impact of climate change?
what are the institutions doing?
what do I do?and what more can I do?
In 2016, an interactive course for the correct management of waste and materials commonly used by colleagues has been implemented in Italy.
Since 2010 access to training modules on the platform Ambientiamo were more than 90,000.
In June 2011 Ambientiamo won the Green Globe Banking Award (go to "Awards").
A specific section of Ambientiamo is dedicated to the issues of sustainable mobility with a cross-media training course, available to all our colleagues, to raise awareness of the environmental consequences of the behaviour we adopt when we travel for both personal and business reasons.