Snam 2011 Sustainability Report achieves GRI’s A+ level

The new approach towards Shared Value


San Donato Milanese, 26 April 2012 – At today’s Annual Shareholders’ Meeting, Snam published its 2011 Sustainability Report, which has reached the A+ level, the highest according to the guidelines set by the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the world’s most recognized standard for reporting economic, environmental and social sustainability. For its 2011 Report, Snam adopted the most updated version of the GRI reporting guidelines (G3.1).


The 2011 Sustainability Report is accompanied by the document “Towards Shared Value�?, where Snam describes its new approach to sustainability, which  prioritizes the ties between the company and local communities. This comprehensive model includes policies and practices aimed at strengthening Snam’s competitiveness and improving the economic and social conditions of the territories the company operates in at the same time.


The path towards this goal will allow Snam to strengthen its  sustainability efforts to reduce risk, with a specific focus on the creation of value for both the company and its stakeholders. There are four main corporate areas which are viewed as having the highest potential for creating value: the relationship with suppliers, the creation of new investment, the management and development of infrastructure, and the quality of services.


Some projects have already got underway over the past year, including the pilot study of Social Impact Assessment and the Suppliers’ Day for Sustainability.


For more information: http://www.snam.it/en/Sustainability/


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