Materiality analysis is the tool that allows us to identify our priority topics according to the most significant impacts generated on the environment, people and the economy
In 2022, in order to align the materiality approach with what is required by the new Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 2021 reporting standards, we identified corporate issues that represent the most significant impacts¹ on the economy, environment, people and human rights.In the new GRIs we also outline a clearer, more concise and more focused definition of the impacts (positive or negative) of the company on stakeholders intended as "an individual or group that has an interest on which the company's activities have or could have an impact.“ In light of these new criteria, our impacts have been defined through an in-depth analysis of the reference context - also drawing on the experience in non-financial reporting and in the Stakeholder management process of the ENAV Group - from the analysis of the Business Plan and the Sustainability Plan as well as from the analysis of the main public reference sources and best practices. This process was also carried out through the involvement of all the organizational structures of the Parent Company, the newly established ESG Steering Committee and our main Stakeholders.Materials were then defined as those topics that reflected the Company’s most significant impact on aspects such as: the economy, the environment, people and human rights.
The table below shows the impacts associated with the material issues (impact materiality):
¹Impacts may be actual or potential, negative or positive, short-term or long-term, intentional or unintentional, reversible or irreversible