The Sustainability Plan is a dynamic and constantly evolving project, which is based on six assets, in line with the current Business Plan:
The Strategy and Governance asset includes a set of actions aimed at having an impact on the corporate strategies and on the Company’s Regulatory and Management System to form part of sustainability.
Supplier evaluation against ESG criteria
ESG Rating (as per the 2023 LTI Plan)
Increase in training delivered to ENAV Group employees on issues that include aspects related to Legislative Decree 231/01 and Code of Ethics, Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption, Fraud and Whistleblowing
Definition of a model for measuring the economic, social and environmental impacts generated by the Company’s strategic sustainability initiatives
The Policies assets includes a set of actions aimed at adopting a series of policies to address specific topics within ESG.
Monitoring of standards regarding health and safety in the workplace by means of retaining ISO 45001:2018 Certification
Anti-corruption management systems: ISO 37001 Certification (indicator as per the short-term incentive policy and MBO 2021 for AD and DIRS)
Publication of the Media policy
Drafting of the regulations on harassment and abuse in the workplace
Obtain EASI (Integrated Sustainability Corporate Ecosystem) certification
Feasibility assessment for the adoption of the ISO 56002 standard for the management of innovation processes in businesses
Feasibility assessment for certification according to UNI/ PdR 125:2022 Reference Practice (Gender Equality Policies)
Feasibility assessment for certification according to ISO 30415:2021 (Diversity & Inclusion)
The Technological Innovation asset includes a set of projects aimed at achieving some of the ENAV Group's strategic objectives, by means of technological innovation.
Advanced automation of major control towers by means of a new airport ATM platform (Electronic strip/Radar presentation)
Approach sequence optimisation system (Arrival Manager – AMAN)
TOC-HAL: remotisation project of diagnosis on remote site equipment to enable the centralisation of control and the optimisation of maintenance interventions
METAR AUTO’ weather automation project (weather observation system with automatic messaging in the event of a contingency)
Integration of approaches (transfer of radar approaches from certain airports to their respective control centres of reference)
Development of research and innovation activities related to the SDGs
Research and development of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, to be executed in High Performance Computing cloud environments, functional to the Group’s core and non-core activities and to sustainability issues
The Reporting and Communication asset includes a series of actions aimed at strengthening the non-financial reporting process through internal and external communications.
Internal Communication Plan on the development of sustainability culture
To convey the image of ENAV as a benchmark player in the industry in the fight against climate change (zero impact) and sustainable digital innovation.
Development of materiality analysis according to the Double Materiality concept
GHG Report processing
Further boost to external communication on sustainability topics
Dissemination of sustainability topics to the younger generation through a “Generational Report”
Integrated corporate performance reporting
The Corporate culture and dedicated Projects asset include a set of actions aimed at disseminating a culture – both individual and corporate – within the organisation, focusing on the principles of sustainability.
Definition of the ENAV "Purpose"
To develop initiatives aimed at promoting the inclusion of all employees, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation and people living with disabilities
To develop further the culture of sustainability by means of increased engagement in the in-country Group structures
Improving the quality of life of employees by means of targeted welfare initiatives
Assessment on diversity management, gap analysis and action plan (Indicator as per the short-term incentive policy and MBO 2021 for AD and DIRS)
Operational training (objectives that fall within the two ESG Sustainability Linked Term Loans, taken out in October 2020)
Acquiring new talent with sensitivity to ESG issues
Bringing women closer to the core business professions, with specific reference to air traffic control and maintenance activities, by means of raising women’s awareness of technical-operational roles
In external selections, the % of women in operational roles must be at least 25% (comply or explain)
In internal assessments aimed at filling new operational positions the % of women must be at least 20% (comply or explain)
In internal assessments aimed at filling new corporate positions the % of women must be at least 50% (comply or explain)
The Climate Change asset includes a set of actions aimed at combating climate change.
Achievement of Group Carbon Neutrality (Scope 1 e Scope 2) by reducing emissions and the purchase of carbon credits for the proportion that cannot be reduced (As per the LTI plan for the 2020-2022 cycle)
Abatement of electromagnetic energy transmitted by means of optimisation on navigation instruments
Further development of the “Plastic Free” project aimed at gradual reduction in single-use plastics at all company offices
Further development of the project to replace the company car fleet with electric/hybrid/plug-in vehicles
CO₂ emissions assessment: extension to scope 3 (Indicator as per the short-term incentive policy and MBO 2021 for AD and DIRS)
Preparation of the Science-based Target (Indicator as per the short-term incentive policy and MBO 2021 for AD and DIRS)
Implementation of energy efficiency projects
Improve the Emissions Reporting Process Scope 3 - Capital Goods
Defining a new approach to the Circular economy
Defining the impacts of Climate Change on ENAV’s business
Achievement of SBTi Scope 1 and 2 targets by 2030
Reduction of Scope 3 emissions by 13.5% by 2030