The Sustainability Report is a very important achievement for Morris Profumi – Perfume Holding, it will be marked as a key milestone for the company, manifesting our commitment to sustainability. In fact, the publication of this report falls exactly ten years after Morris Profumi obtained the environmental certification UNI EN ISO 14001.
“The company’s priority is ensuring our business activities respecting both the environment and people – said the CEO Dino Pace – and, together with the implementation of our Environmental, Safety and Social Responsibility Policy, our objective is to reach the perfect balance between natural resources consumption and economic growth in the long run, while working towards sustainable development and an improved quality of life”.
“The environmental and social issues that we face on a daily basis push us to shift our attention towards sustainability more and more – remember Andrea Merusi, responsible for the environmental management system ISO 14001 – mentioning Brundtland’s report, sustainability is understood as a pursuit of equilibrium between environmental, economic and social aspects to ensure the needs of current generations without compromising the needs of future ones”.
Manufacturing companies play an important role in this context and Morris Profumi do not want to hold back, on the contrary, the group want to be an example in demonstrating that it is possible for financial growth and protection of nature and people to go hand in hand and in line with green economy and sustainable development principles.
For this reason, the group joined the UN Global Compact and committed itself to work in line with its ten ethical principles of this project that focus on labor, human rights, environment and anti-corruption.
Morris Profumi would like to give his contribution to the achievement of 17 goals that ONU has identified and included in his action program renamed Agenda 2030. These goals goes from poverty eradication and gender equality to health & safety and fighting climate change.
“We achieved many goals, but the sustainability path is still long and we want to walk it with courage, faith and enthusiasm – concludes Dino Pace – we want this report to be the first of a long series in demonstrating our concrete and constant commitment”.