The United Nations Global Compact announced the list of companies around the world confirmed as the Global Compact LEAD to demonstrate its continued commitment to the UN Global Compact and its ten principles for responsible business and sustainable development goals.
The 37 companies Global Compact LEAD, including Enel, for the 11th consecutive year, are the most involved participants in the most important corporate sustainability initiative in the world and represent every region of the world, as well as 18 industrial sectors. different.
“The inclusion of Enel among the Global Compact LEAD companies, for the 11th consecutive year, strengthens our continuous commitment to the UN Global Compact and its Ten Principles. We are at a decisive moment in history when the challenges of sustainable development goals make us all, more than ever, responsible for taking real action,” said Francesco Starace, CEO and CEO of Enel. “As a global leader in energy, Enel will continue to encourage sustainable progress and strive for a brighter future for all.”
“LEAD companies represent the highest level of engagement with the UN Global Compact,” said Sanda Ojiambo, CEO and Executive Director of the UN Global Compact. “Today, more than ever, the world needs more companies with a passionate and operational commitment to a more equitable and sustainable future for all of us.”