Amidst the global challenges surrounding corporate sustainability, a groundbreaking training program emerges to mold the experts of tomorrow.

The Course on Intersectoral Competencies for Integrated Sustainability Reporting in Business, promoted by the University of Milan, particularly by the Social Sustainability and Agenda 2030 research group of the Human Hall – Spoke 6 project by MUSA Scarl, in collaboration with the Planet Life Economy Foundation ETS (PLEF), aims to illuminate the path towards a more sustainable corporate future.

The training program, falling under the umbrella of activities of MUSA Spoke 6, will run from May 7th to June 26th, 2024.

This isn’t just a learning opportunity; it’s an immersion into the world of corporate sustainability. With Professor Stefano Bocchi from the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at the University of Milan as coordinator, participants will gain access to fundamental knowledge on evaluating, measuring, and communicating the environmental, social, and economic impacts of businesses.

But what sets this course apart? Its breadth and depth. Through a focused lens on diverse sectors such as apparel, electronics, tourism, and automotive, participants will be equipped to tackle the specific challenges of sustainability across various corporate landscapes.

Registrations are open until April 10th, 2024, with a registration fee of €666, which includes insurance and stamp duty as required by law. The enrollment process extends from April 19th to April 29th, 2024.

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