OUR PAST EVENTS
The Italian B Corp Summit is a virtual event organized by Nativa and B Corp Italy - partners and founders of Regeneration 2030 - where more than 50 experts, scholars, business and managers have the chance to share their ideas on topics related to sustainability and the B Corp movement. Certified B Corps are businesses that have chosen a more evolved business paradigm going beyond profit to maximize their positive impact on people, planet, and communities. This year’s Summit was also the occasion to launch the “Unlock the Change” campaign, which has a double goal: to ask companies and institutions to shift to a more sustainable economic system and to involve consumers in playing an active role towards this transition.
We had the chance to present our initiative during the Unlock Regeneration 2030 breakout session, through the words of our founders Davide Bollati (Davines), Raimondo Orsini (Fondazione per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile) and Oscar di Montigny (Banca Mediolanum), moderated by Sarah Marder (Wise Places).
This event is part of a series of preparatory webinars that help explore our three pillars in view of our event in Parma. Happiness is one of the three pillars of Regeneration 20|30 coalition; companies, institutions, NGOs, global leaders, and individuals pledge to take concrete actions to contribute to improving the happiness and well-being in all aspects of their and others’ life with a multilateral approach.
The event is hosted by Jeffrey Sachs, University Professor at Columbia University and President, UN SDSN. He will introduce Regeneration 20|30, followed by Paul Polman’s speech - Co-founder and Chair at IMAGINE - about how companies can implement well-being for people and employees. Maria Paola Chiesi - Shared Value & Sustainability Director at Chiesi Farmaceutici – will address happiness and well-being from a Pharma perspective, followed by Andrea Illy, Chairman at illycaffè, will talk about the Regenerative Society Foundation’s mission with a special focus on happiness.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals have a global value: they concern and involve all countries and communities, from private companies to the public sector, from civil society to information and culture systems.
This is the multi-lateral approach that Regeneration 2030 promotes, working for the development of a new regenerative socioeconomic paradigm through cooperation among all parties.
The common objective is to raise awareness about environmental, economic, and social sustainability, implementing the 17 United Nations SDG’s, and following a common regenerative path to achieve the commitments taken in the Regeneration 2030 Pledge.
The music industry, as a bridge between economy and society, can be the perfect driver for a revolutionary change in a global scenario. Following the B Corp model, the music business can act as a force for good in designing a more sustainable future for all.
How to join forces in order to reach the goal? How to regenerate the old depletive economic model in a new regenerative and sustainable one? How to build our common well-being?
Linecheck is the leading Italian music conference and Regeneration 20|30 is happy to participate in the panel "Music and Responsibility" with some of its founders and partners: Enrico Giovannini - ASviS - Alleanza Italiana per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile, Oscar di Montigny - Banca Mediolanum & Flowe, Paolo Di Cesare - Nativa, Raimondo Orsini - Fondazione per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile, in cooperation with Music Innovation Hub.
On the occasion of Day of Climate Professional, organized by Youth Climate Leaders and dedicated to sustainability- and climate change-related professions, Regeneration 20|30, in cooperation with Humans to Humans, organizes the panel "Race to Zero": How to Decarbonize the World Economy before 2050.
Regeneration 20|30 refers to the climate crisis as the mother of all causes, and the main threat to our common future. To guarantee a sustainable future for the next generations, we need to tackle this crisis with an ambitious and long-term perspective. The world must reach net-zero GHG (greenhouse gases) emissions by 2050 at the latest, while transition to a new socio-economic model which includes a decarbonisation path, with the aim to start a new inclusive and prosperous era, in which all human activities systematically create conditions conducive to life and well-being.
Responding to climate emergency is crucial to lead this change. We must drive action across all sectors and industries to protect the climate and the biosphere, as a necessary condition for everything else to function. In this evolutionary process, young generations can be leaders: demanding governments and international organizations to do their part, raising global awareness about this real emergency and shaping the future by supporting careers that are accelerating solutions to the climate crisis. We need to catalyze action and attention to this topic.
Raimondo Orsini - Director, Fondazione per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile & Regeneration 20|30 Founder
Giuditta Celli - Glaciologist, PNRA-CNR
Alessandro Armillotta - CEO, Aworld
Nicola Tagliafierro - Head of Sustainable Product Development & Circular Economy at Enel X