Promoting sustainable investments is a political and strategic goal of the European Union, and is aligned with the commitments of the Paris Accords, the UN’s 2030 Agenda and the Green Deal that aims for the EU to be carbon-neutral by 2050.
These goals need to be broken down into direct, collateral and indirect and addressed individually, but with consideration to the closely-knit network of relationships that turn them into a whole.
This bottom-up approach is the only feasible one to guarantee the sustainable growth of organizations in particular, of a key and strategic sector such as Space, but, moreover, it is the only possible path to guarantee a sustainable life for human beings of planet Earth.
Our sector needs to be a role model and a creator of leadership on the matter, with joint efforts between the Administration, Major Trailblazing Companies, and all the SMEs that are part of the value chain.
The Space sector is a sector ‘of’ technology, ‘with’ technology and ‘for’ technology, and it is the catalyst par excellence of the interconnection between science, technology and innovation, with an unmatched power for transforming society and thereby improve the quality of life of humans.
In order to contribute toward those goals, TEDAE has put in motion a training program for its members that reflects the efforts of the industry to be more sustainable. Two training sessions have been held, titled ‘ESG governance and the most immediate obligations’ and ‘The Environment – Company pair’, with two others to be held during the next few months.