In a world where you can be anything be the change.

In the last decades, the global effort toward a sustainable future has been intensified, but the escalation of climate crisis-related events suggests the need of doing more.  

This is a crucial time to determine the future of our planet. The actions undertaken today will define whether the goal of keeping global warming to a 1.5-degree scenario above the pre-industrial levels by the end of this century will be successfully achieved, or if the overpassing of the 1.5°C threshold will unleash far more severe climate change impacts, making our planet an unhospitable place for hundreds of species, including ours. In order to reverse the negative environmental trends, the development of a holistic approach through the intensive effort of all economic sectors is required. In this framework, the role of corporate social responsibility and responsible entrepreneurship stands out in the implementation of common targets, first, the achievement of climate neutrality by 2050, which otherwise would appear far and not explanatory of the urgency of the situation. The adoption of relevant mitigation and adaptation measures, the conversion of key performances, business models and strategies from a sustainable perspective, and the design of a circular value chain are fundamental steps that involve activities of any scale in the green transition of our global economy.

Tourism may not be considered an essential activity responsive to a basic necessity, but it represents the primary means of livelihood for many populations around the world and it can play a crucial role in the climate change mitigation if well managed.