Participant description and specific skills:
The Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies (SSSA), founded in 1967, is an autonomous, special-statute, public research university operating in the field of applied sciences, i.e. law, medicine, agriculture, engineering, political science, economics and management.
The aim of the SSSA is to: offer high-quality undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing education; promote the development of cultural, scientific and technological research, and innovation; assure the continuous interaction between research and education.
The SSSA consists of 8 research institutes and the project will be carried out by the Sustainability Management group (SUM) of the Institute of Management.
The mission of the Sustainability Management group is to combine the knowledge of business management and policy making with the principles of sustainability, through scientific research and empirical investigations on: Corporate Sustainability Management, Environmental Management, Resource Efficiency Management.
The goal of SUM is to blend managerial and technical expertise in the promotion of sustainability principles. Our partners are both private and public organizations, interested in integrating sustainability in their strategies.
SUM researches are focused on many topics about environmental management as (for instance):